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abduct
used in The Count of Monte Cristo

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Definition
to take someone away against their will
  • "Yes, my dear, the abduction is an accomplished fact," replied Eugenie.
    Chapters 97-98 (33% in)
  • Only, during the respite the absence of his rival afforded him, he reflected, partly on the means of deceiving Mercedes as to the cause of his absence, partly on plans of emigration and abduction, as from time to time he sat sad and motionless on the summit of Cape Pharo, at the spot from whence Marseilles and the Catalans are visible, watching for the apparition of a young and handsome man, who was for him also the messenger of vengeance.
    Chapters 13-14 (37% in)

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