Synonym: take away, take from. Similar words: deprived, deprive of, deprivation, private property, the private sector, depress, depraved, depressed. Meaning: [dɪ'praɪv] v. 1. take away possessions from someone 2. keep from having, keeping, or obtaining 3. take away.
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1. Never deprive someone of hope; it might be all they have.
2. Why should you deprive yourself of such simple pleasures?
3. I couldn't deprive you of your last few pence.
4. To deprive the boy of his education is a violation of state law.
5. There is no need to deprive yourself of food on this diet.
6. This law will deprive us of our most basic rights.
7. It speaks of intention permanently to deprive.
8. That would have been sufficient to deprive John Major of a majority and bring down his government.
9. Babies deprive women of the opportunity to earn money through the expanding opportunities for full- and part-time work now available.
10. You have the intention permanently to deprive me of the petrol.
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11. Some qualifications apply which do not necessarily deprive the image of historical authenticity.
12. Do not deprive each other except by mutual consent for a time, so that you may devote yourselves to prayer.
13. The Board's overriding concern was to deprive employees found guilty of such acts of their reinstatement rights.
14. Furthermore, giving existing voting behaviour, it would deprive any one party of an overall majority of seats.
15. Under that provision no state can deprive any person of life, liberty, or property without due process of law.
16. That is because 10 defections would deprive Gingrich of a majority.
17. We often deprive our students of the ability to apply their mathematics.
18. When they deny their origins they also deprive themselves of a future.
19. When people flee, they deprive the organization of their expertise and experience, while at the same time undermining its reputation.
20. If something is not property, the accused can not have an intention permanently to deprive the owner of that property.
21. Less developed countries fear that both those initiatives would deprive them of trading opportunities.
22. The nutrients cause the growth of algae in rivers and lakes, kill some fish species and deprive the water of oxygen.
23. For modern Realists the state was not about to wither away and deprive their theory of its foundations.
24. She does not work in isolation, and poor records will deprive others involved in teaching of vital information about the student.
25. There is no requirement of an intention permanently to deprive.
26. I disapprove of diets so strongly because I think it's wrong suddenly to deprive your body of certain foods.
27. In relation to such decisions, therefore, certiorari really does quash the decision and deprive it of legal effect.
28. The accused did not have the intention permanently to deprive at the relevant time.
29. Establishing goals is all right if you don't let them deprive you of interesting detours. Doug Larson
30. There has been harsh rhetoric against documented and undocumented immigrants, as well as attempts to deprive them of essential human services.
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