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1. deprive

verb. ['dɪˈpraɪv'] take away possessions from someone.

Synonyms

  • orphan
  • unsex
  • bereave
  • clean
  • divest
  • strip
  • expropriate
  • unclothe
  • dispossess
  • disarm
  • clean out
  • take

Antonyms

  • unfreeze
  • unblock
  • lose
  • undock

Etymology

  • deprivare (Latin)

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Rhymes with Deprive

  • contrive
  • survive
  • strive
  • revive
  • connive
  • thrive
  • o'five
  • drive
  • dr.
  • derive
  • clyve
  • clive
  • alive
  • vive
  • shive
  • live
  • jive
  • hive
  • five
  • dive
  • arrive
  • i've

Sentences with deprive


1. Adjective
If you prefer negative punishment, deprive yourself of something your really enjoy when you smoke.

2. Verb, base form
Attempting to continuously fire will deprive you of other weapons you might need for the rest of the fight.

Quotes about deprive


1. Never deprive someone of hope; it might be all they have.
- H. Jackson Brown, Jr.

2. When you deprive people of their right to live in dignity, to hope for a better future, to have control over their lives, when you deprive them of that choice, then you expect them to fight for these rights.
- Queen Rania of Jordan

3. To deprive a man of his natural liberty and to deny to him the ordinary amenities of life is worse then starving the body; it is starvation of the soul, the dweller in the body.
- Mahatma Gandhi

2. deprive

verb. ['dɪˈpraɪv'] keep from having, keeping, or obtaining.

Synonyms

  • withhold
  • dock
  • disfranchise
  • impoverish
  • bilk
  • tongue-tie
  • disinherit
  • ablactate
  • disown
  • disenfranchise
  • wean
  • famish
  • keep back

Antonyms

  • enrich
  • bequeath
  • feed
  • allow

Etymology

  • deprivare (Latin)

3. deprive

verb. ['dɪˈpraɪv'] take away.

Synonyms

  • decline
  • impoverish
  • worsen

Antonyms

  • better
  • be born
  • be full
  • be well

Etymology

  • deprivare (Latin)
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