Abductee (noun)

A person who has been taken away illegally by force or threat, especially by kidnapping.

Origin:

Formed from the verb abduct, from the latin abducere ("to lead awa.y")

Examples:

  1. The police were searching for the abductee, who had been missing for several days.
  2. The abductee was eventually released after a ransom was paid.
  3. The abductee's family was devastated by the sudden and violent loss of their loved one.
  4. The abductee's captors were eventually arrested and brought to justice.
  5. The abductee's experience was traumatic and left a lasting impact on their life.
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