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(1) Reducing the income will further impoverish these families and could tempt an offender into further crime.
(2) These changes are likely to impoverish single-parent families even further.
(3) Fast-growing trees remove nutrients and impoverish the soil.
(4) Objectives of this kind threaten to impoverish the nation and will cause the electorate to call a halt.
(5) Many patients worry that paying for treatments will impoverish them.
(6) Impoverish the soil overuse . See Synonyms at deplete.
(7) Many gamblers impoverish themselves here, and it is no coincidence that numerous pawn brokers have set up shop in the streets around the Hotel Lisboa.
(8) Thy worship does not impoverish the world. Sentencedict.com
(9) Impoverish the soil by overuse.
(10) We need to reduce the burden of taxes that impoverish the economy.
(11) But a broken health care system and inadequate state insurance mean getting treated for serious diseases can impoverish many families.
(12) Americastill has enough credibility to charter a more profitable path that would impoverish its creditors slowly.
(13) America still has enough credibility to a more profitable path that would impoverish its creditors slowly.
(14) Perhaps the brutalised country he has done so much to impoverish might even benefit too.
(15) In adult life, many of these scripts are maladaptive and only serve to impoverish our experience and damage us and those we love.
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