Kidnapping (noun)

  1. The crime of taking someone against their will, especially in order to hold them for ransom.
  2. The action of forcibly taking someone away.

Origin:

From kid + nap, influenced by kidnapping.

Examples:

  1. The kidnapping of the wealthy businessman was a well-planned operation, executed with precision.
  2. The kidnapping of the young child from the park was a heinous crime, causing widespread fear and panic.
  3. The kidnapping of the political activist was a tactic used to silence opposition and maintain power.
  4. The kidnapping of the famous movie star was a high-profile case that captured the attention of the world.
  5. The kidnapping of the tourists from the remote jungle village was a tragic event, leaving the families devastated.
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