ABDUCTION, n. [1.] In law, a crime; in morals, a punishment. [2.] A species of invitation without persuasion. See KIDNAP.
“You act as if you were given,” said she,
“To abduction — but pray do not kidnap me.”
“Oh, well,” said that bold and impenitent chap,
“You’re the kind of kid I should like to nap.”