English words and Examples of Usage

use "captive" in a sentence

At least one captive is believed to be a dual U.S.-Yemeni national.

If not, we'll find a placement for him if need be in a captive facility.

A Russian consul has visited two captive Russian soldiers in a Kyiv hospital.

The missing M36 Captive Flight Training Missile looks live, but won't explode.

Both faith-based and fact-based, “Captive” is a one-two punch of a crime thriller.

Layer that on to the social community aspect and you have a very captive audience."

Ask Mitt Romney how damaging it was to him to be seen as a captive of the far right.

The company gets to sell its hardware and software to a captive audience at a discount.

She claimed she was abducted as a child and had been held captive in Winnipeg for years.

The golden droid had been taken captive by the wookies because they thought he was a god.

Bergdahl left his post in Afghanistan before being captured and held captive for five years.

That demand was made via Japanese journalist Kenji Goto, who also was taken captive by ISIS.

The militant group released about 200 Yazidis who were held captive for five months in Iraq.

He had gone from being captive on board a fishing boat to being stranded on a distant island.

But, of course, corporate greed supersedes the enthusiasm and allegiance of the captive masses.

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