taken (part of speech: adjective)
commandeered, usurped, harvested, gathered, procured, bagged, abducted, gotten, captured, acquired, grabbed, annexed, caught, amassed, levied, reaped, taken, appropriated, impounded, confiscated, collected
took (part of speech: verb)
- He did that, and if I hadn't edged away to see better inter the cover he'd a nabbed me- for bymby I saw he'd gone, and on follering on the spoor I seed where he'd turned back. - "Tales from the Veld", Ernest Glanville.
- It was evident Jim did not relish the idea of leaving everything to his companion, and the latter so understood the expression on his friend's face, for he said, angrily: " You're cookin' up some foolish scheme now, an' in spite of all I can do to prevent it we'll probably succeed in gettin' nabbed before matters are arranged as they should be." - "The Adventures of a Country Boy at a Country Fair", James Otis.
- McGillan was to keep everybody away from them; and he, or Royal, was to always remain at headquarters to let the boys off if they got nabbed. - "The Spiritualists and the Detectives", Allan Pinkerton.