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Synonyms for Deprive:

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[ dɪpɹˈa͡ɪv], [ dɪpɹˈa‍ɪv], [ d_ɪ_p_ɹ_ˈaɪ_v]
  • n.

    deprive (noun)Other relevant words: (noun)
  • v.

    cheat (verb)
    • de-feats,
    • pre-vents,
    • de feats,
    • pre-vented,
    • pre-vent,
    • de-feat,
    • de feat,
    • pre venting,
    • pre vent,
    • pre-venting,
    • pre vents.
    constrain (verb)
    • dis-allowed,
    • kept lid on,
    • in tern,
    • dis-allowing,
    • cools off,
    • with-held,
    • dis-allows,
    • dis allows,
    • in terns,
    • dis allowing,
    • concusses,
    • in-tern,
    • with holds,
    • holds in,
    • puts half nelson on,
    • putting half nelson on,
    • holds down,
    • with hold,
    • keeps lid on,
    • with held,
    • dis-allow,
    • with-holds,
    • with holding,
    • hog tie,
    • dis allow,
    • keeping lid on,
    • dis allowed,
    • holding down,
    • in-terns,
    • cooled off,
    • with-hold.
    deaden (verb)
    • de vitalize,
    • de sensitize,
    • de-sensitizes,
    • de sensitized,
    • be numb,
    • de-stroys,
    • in-capacitated,
    • de-pressed,
    • de-adens,
    • put out order,
    • re-pressing,
    • put sleep,
    • de stroy,
    • un nerve,
    • de-vitalizes,
    • un-nerves,
    • KOD,
    • un nerved,
    • de-press,
    • in-capacitates,
    • be numbing,
    • de adens,
    • Etherizing,
    • putting out of order,
    • re duces,
    • in-capacitating,
    • de vitalized,
    • de-stroy,
    • putting sleep,
    • de vitalizes,
    • putting out order,
    • de presses,
    • re pressed,
    • de pressing,
    • koing,
    • be-numb,
    • puts out order,
    • re-duce,
    • re press,
    • un-nerving,
    • de-stroyed,
    • be-numbed,
    • de-vitalizing,
    • de press,
    • de sensitizes,
    • de sensitizing,
    • un nerving,
    • in capacitate,
    • de-vitalized,
    • re-duces,
    • de-sensitized,
    • de-vitalize,
    • de stroyed,
    • re presses,
    • de pressed,
    • Etherized,
    • ko'd,
    • de-sensitize,
    • de aden,
    • de-pressing,
    • de-presses,
    • ko'ing,
    • un-nerve,
    • de vitalizing,
    • puts out of order,
    • un nerves,
    • puts sleep,
    • in capacitates,
    • be-numbs,
    • etherizes,
    • in capacitated,
    • re-presses,
    • in-capacitate,
    • be numbs,
    • be numbed,
    • de stroys,
    • in capacitating,
    • de-stroying,
    • de-aden,
    • be-numbing,
    • re pressing,
    • re duce,
    • lays out,
    • de stroying,
    • de-sensitizing.
    debar (verb)
    • de bars,
    • de barring,
    • re fused,
    • re fusing,
    • de bar,
    • de-bar,
    • re-fused,
    • de-barring,
    • re fuse,
    • re fuses,
    • de-barred,
    • de-bars,
    • de barred,
    • re-fuse.
    despoil (verb)
    • de spoil,
    • de predating,
    • de-predates,
    • de-nude,
    • de-populated,
    • de-nudes,
    • de solating,
    • de nudes,
    • de-solate,
    • dis-possesses,
    • de nude,
    • de-predating,
    • de populates,
    • de-spoiled,
    • de-spoil,
    • dis possess,
    • de-solated,
    • de predated,
    • de-populate,
    • de-solating,
    • dis-possessed,
    • dis possesses,
    • dis possessed,
    • de spoils,
    • de predate,
    • dis possessing,
    • de-solates,
    • de solates,
    • de-populating,
    • dis-possess,
    • de spoiled,
    • de predates,
    • de spoiling,
    • de solated,
    • de populated,
    • de-spoiling,
    • de-populates,
    • de populate,
    • dis-possessing,
    • de-predated,
    • de-predate,
    • de solate,
    • de-spoils,
    • de populating.
    disinherit (verb)
    • cuts off without cent,
    • be-reft,
    • dis inherited,
    • cutting off without cent,
    • dis affiliate,
    • cutting without a cent,
    • cuts off without a cent,
    • be reaved,
    • dis inherits,
    • exheridates,
    • be reave,
    • dis inheriting,
    • be reft,
    • dis-affiliates,
    • dis-affiliated,
    • dis-inherited,
    • dis owned,
    • be-reaves,
    • cutting without cent,
    • dis-affiliate,
    • exheridated,
    • dis-inherits,
    • dis-inheriting,
    • cutting off without a cent,
    • be-reaved,
    • dis-owned,
    • dis owning,
    • cut without cent,
    • dis affiliates,
    • dis-owning,
    • cuts without a cent,
    • be-reaving,
    • cuts without cent,
    • cut without a cent,
    • be reaving,
    • dis-affiliating,
    • dis affiliated,
    • be reaves,
    • exheridating,
    • dis inherit,
    • dis affiliating,
    • cut off without cent,
    • dis-inherit,
    • be-reave.
    dismantle (verb)
    • dis mounted,
    • dis mantles,
    • dis mantled,
    • parting out,
    • dis-membered,
    • dis-mounting,
    • un-doing,
    • un-does,
    • un rigged,
    • dis member,
    • dis-assembling,
    • taking pieces,
    • dis membered,
    • dis-mantles,
    • dis-mounts,
    • denudating,
    • dis assemble,
    • dis-assemble,
    • dis-mantle,
    • takes to pieces,
    • dis mounting,
    • unrigs,
    • dis mantle,
    • dis mounts,
    • brake down,
    • un-rigging,
    • dis-mantling,
    • dis-mount,
    • un-rigs,
    • un rigging,
    • broke down,
    • took to pieces,
    • dis assembling,
    • take pieces,
    • parts out,
    • dis-assembles,
    • dis mantling,
    • un-did,
    • un rigs,
    • dis-members,
    • dis-mantled,
    • takes pieces,
    • dis assembles,
    • dis assembled,
    • took pieces,
    • un did,
    • breaks down,
    • un doing,
    • parted out,
    • denudates,
    • dis mount,
    • un-rigged,
    • un done,
    • un-rig,
    • dis-member,
    • dis-mounted,
    • un rig,
    • taking to pieces,
    • dis-assembled,
    • unrigging,
    • dis members,
    • un does.
    disrobe (verb)
    • un-drest,
    • un buttons,
    • un-dress,
    • un dressed,
    • un covered,
    • dis-robe,
    • un-dresses,
    • un-cover,
    • un cover,
    • re-moves,
    • slips out of,
    • un dress,
    • slipping out of,
    • dis robing,
    • un buttoned,
    • un dressing,
    • un dresses,
    • un-button,
    • un-dressing,
    • un-buttoned,
    • un button,
    • took it off,
    • un-buttoning,
    • takes it off,
    • dis-robes,
    • un-covers,
    • re moving,
    • re-move,
    • taking it off,
    • re moved,
    • dis-robed,
    • un-dressed,
    • re move,
    • un-covering,
    • dis-robing,
    • dis robe,
    • un covering,
    • un buttoning,
    • slipt out of,
    • un covers,
    • un-buttons,
    • dis robes,
    • re-moving,
    • dis robed,
    • un drest,
    • slipped out of.
    divest (verb)
    • un load,
    • eighty six,
    • takes from,
    • un-loads,
    • taking from,
    • un loaded,
    • eightysix,
    • un-loaded,
    • un-loading,
    • un-load,
    • un loading,
    • took from,
    • un loads.
    do out of (verb)enslave (verb)
    • gat hooks in to,
    • puts irons,
    • re-straining,
    • dis enfranchise,
    • sub-dues,
    • got hooks in to,
    • dis-enfranchises,
    • re strain,
    • disfranchises,
    • keeps under thumb,
    • re-strains,
    • dis enfranchising,
    • kept under thumb,
    • dis-franchising,
    • dis-enfranchised,
    • re-strict,
    • sub-due,
    • putting irons,
    • re strains,
    • in dentures,
    • in-denture,
    • dis-franchises,
    • dis-enfranchise,
    • dis franchise,
    • shutting in,
    • keeping under thumb,
    • put irons,
    • in denture,
    • getting hooks in to,
    • get hooks in to,
    • dis franchised,
    • dis enfranchises,
    • gets hooks in to,
    • puts in irons,
    • dis franchising,
    • sub-jugate,
    • putting in irons,
    • dis-enfranchising,
    • dis-franchised,
    • disenfranchises,
    • gotten hooks into,
    • re straining,
    • dis enfranchised,
    • re-strained,
    • re strict,
    • dis franchises,
    • gotten hooks in to,
    • gat hooks into,
    • re strained,
    • sub due,
    • got hooks into,
    • in-dentures,
    • dis-franchise,
    • shuts in,
    • sub jugate,
    • getting hooks into,
    • gets hooks into,
    • sub dues,
    • re-strain.
    forbid (verb)
    • fore-stalls,
    • saying no,
    • fore-stalling,
    • declared illegal,
    • declares illegal,
    • fore stalls,
    • fore-stall,
    • nixed,
    • forfending,
    • said no,
    • fore stalling,
    • pro scribed,
    • inter dict,
    • inter-dict,
    • forfends,
    • declaring illegal,
    • fore-stalled,
    • pro-scribe,
    • puts the chill on,
    • forfended,
    • pro scribes,
    • puts chill on,
    • fore stall,
    • putting the chill on,
    • pro-scribed,
    • putting chill on,
    • pro scribing,
    • pro scribe,
    • fore stalled.
    foreclose (verb)keep or take away something wanted, needed (verb)
    • denude,
    • wrest,
    • bare,
    • skim,
    • hold back,
    • bereave,
    • bankrupt,
    • dock,
    • dismantle,
    • stiff,
    • expropriate.
    oust (verb)
    • show door,
    • shows door,
    • de-throning,
    • ex-pulsing,
    • showing the door,
    • re-legates,
    • gave 1 2 3,
    • dis charging,
    • dis places,
    • dis charges,
    • dis lodge,
    • dis lodging,
    • dis-places,
    • de-thrones,
    • dis place,
    • dis charged,
    • bundled off,
    • gives the 1-2-3,
    • de-posing,
    • expulses,
    • dis charge,
    • casts out,
    • de posed,
    • booted out,
    • dis-placed,
    • drave out,
    • letted go,
    • showed door,
    • giving 1-2-3,
    • gave the 1 2 3,
    • showing door,
    • drove out,
    • give the 1 2 3,
    • ex-pulse,
    • bundles off,
    • give 1 2 3,
    • giving the 1 2 3,
    • showed the door,
    • boots out,
    • un seat,
    • dis placed,
    • gives the 1 2 3,
    • de throning,
    • ex-pulses,
    • trans ported,
    • dis-lodges,
    • pink slipt,
    • re legates,
    • ex pulses,
    • de-throne,
    • un-seated,
    • de-throned,
    • un-seat,
    • dis-charges,
    • dis-place,
    • dis lodges,
    • un seated,
    • ex pulsed,
    • de-posed,
    • expulsing,
    • packs off,
    • gave the 1-2-3,
    • de-pose,
    • gives 1-2-3,
    • un-seats,
    • gives 1 2 3,
    • ex pulse,
    • give 1-2-3,
    • dis lodged,
    • packing off,
    • expulsed,
    • dis-lodged,
    • re-legate,
    • giving the 1-2-3,
    • packed off,
    • un seats,
    • de throne,
    • de pose,
    • un-seating,
    • shows the door,
    • de posing,
    • re legate,
    • dis-charged,
    • forced out,
    • dis-charge,
    • ex pulsing,
    • dis-charging,
    • dis-lodge,
    • ex-pulsed,
    • gave 1-2-3,
    • de thrones,
    • de throned,
    • top pled,
    • bundling off,
    • dis placing,
    • dis-placing,
    • dis-lodging,
    • un seating,
    • giving 1 2 3.
    possession (verb)strip (verb)
    • ex posed,
    • ex-corticate,
    • with drawn,
    • excorticates,
    • de corticated,
    • de-corticate,
    • ex pose,
    • with-drawn,
    • ex-corticated,
    • with-drawing,
    • excorticating,
    • with-drew,
    • with drawing,
    • with drew,
    • ex corticated,
    • ex corticate,
    • de-corticated,
    • de corticate,
    • with-draw,
    • ex-posing,
    • with draw,
    • ex-posed,
    • with draws,
    • ex-pose,
    • excorticated.
    unclothe (verb)
    • un clothes,
    • un clothed,
    • un clad,
    • un-clad,
    • un-clothed,
    • un-clothe,
    • un-clothes,
    • un-clothing,
    • un clothing,
    • un clothe.
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    destroy disinherit divest impede Other relevant words:
    • put to sleep,
    • anesthetizes,
    • lay bare,
    • force out,
    • nixing,
    • disfranchised,
    • taboo,
    • Tabooing,
    • gassing,
    • Bankrupting,
    • enslave,
    • show the door,
    • bundle off,
    • indenture,
    • Dulling,
    • enchain,
    • booting out,
    • boot out,
    • forcing out,
    • husking,
    • Chloroformed,
    • enchained,
    • Excorticate,
    • unclothe,
    • Bankrupted,
    • holds back,
    • inhibits,
    • anesthetizing,
    • take to pieces,
    • Depopulating,
    • enslaved,
    • denudated,
    • pressurizes,
    • hold in,
    • shut in,
    • locks up,
    • held down,
    • shotgun,
    • hold down,
    • forces out,
    • Unrig,
    • drives out,
    • enchaining,
    • says no,
    • Embargoed,
    • forbidding,
    • cast out,
    • depopulates,
    • Gassed,
    • Tabooed,
    • concussing,
    • holding in,
    • Expulse,
    • knocking down,
    • anesthetized,
    • DAMPS,
    • hem in,
    • exhaust,
    • keep lid on,
    • undresses,
    • disenfranchising,
    • depopulate,
    • put half nelson on,
    • locked up,
    • Forfend,
    • disfranchise,
    • lets go,
    • interned,
    • tire,
    • strip,
    • disenfranchised,
    • shotgunning,
    • denudate,
    • concuss,
    • Shotguns,
    • puts to sleep,
    • Subjected,
    • beat out of,
    • put in irons,
    • quieten,
    • necessitate,
    • dulls,
    • Damped,
    • forbid,
    • fettered,
    • unrigged,
    • give the 1-2-3,
    • divest,
    • casting out,
    • disinherit,
    • driving out,
    • despoil,
    • held in,
    • lock up,
    • locking up,
    • stripped,
    • bankrupts,
    • putting to sleep,
    • interning,
    • put chill on,
    • anesthetize,
    • break down,
    • laid bare,
    • Subjecting,
    • pressurize,
    • get hooks into,
    • knock down,
    • kos,
    • slip out of,
    • withhold,
    • withholds,
    • do out of,
    • Damping,
    • keep under thumb,
    • cooling off,
    • loot,
    • say no,
    • Hulled,
    • concussed,
    • enchains,
    • pressurizing,
    • corking,
    • put the chill on,
    • Embargoing,
    • depopulated,
    • constrain,
    • breaking down,
    • etherize,
    • veto,
    • take it off,
    • part out,
    • disenfranchise,
    • Disfranchising,
    • pressurized,
    • Husked,
    • declare illegal,
    • laying bare,
    • cool off,
    • letting go,
    • disrobe,
    • cheat,
    • deaden,
    • oust,
    • put out of order,
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Deprive synonyms

deny(related)

To refuse to acknowledge as one's own; disown; repudiate

seize(related)

To put in legal possession of a particular thing; assign ownership to

bereave

To bereave is to take away, often as a result of death, or to leave someone feeling sad.

withhold

To refrain from granting, permitting, etc.; refuse

strip

(Bridge) To remove all cards of a particular suit from another player. (See also, strip-squeeze.)

eviscerate

To remove an organ, such as an eye, from (a patient).

enrich(antonym)

To enrich is defined as to improve something or make something better.

privative

(Gram.) Indicating negation, absence, or loss

confiscate

To seize (private property) for the public treasury, usually as a penalty

denude

(Geology) To expose (rock strata) by erosion.

despoil

To ruin, especially by destroying or removing what is valuable:

dispossess

To deprive of the possession of something, esp. land, a house, etc.; oust

indulge(antonym)

To grant as by favour; to bestow in concession, or in compliance with a wish or request.

give(antonym)

To offer as entertainment:

offer(antonym)

To present as an act of worship:

appropriate(antonym)

To set aside for a specific use or certain person

confer(antonym)

To have a conference or talk; meet for discussion; converse

supply(antonym)

To make available for use; provide:

endow(antonym)

To endow is defined as to provide a quality, a talent, an asset or funding.

rob

To deprive of, or withhold from, unjustly or injuriously; to defraud.

deprivation

Deprivation is defined as the state of having something withheld from the enjoyment or possession of someone.

stiff

To stiff is to fail to give someone the time promised or the money to which they are entitled.

commandeer

To seize (property) for military or government use

present(antonym)

To hand over, give, or send (a bill, credentials, etc.) to someone

dock

To clip short or cut off (an animal's tail, for example).

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[ dih-prahyv ]

/ dɪˈpraɪv /


verb (used with object),de·prived,de·priv·ing.

to remove or withhold something from the enjoyment or possession of (a person or persons): to deprive a man of life; to deprive a baby of candy.

to remove from ecclesiastical office.

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Origin of deprive

First recorded in 1275–1325; Middle English depriven, from Anglo-French, Old French depriver, from Medieval Latin dēprīvāre, equivalent to Latin dē-de- + prīvāre “to deprive” (prīv(us)private + -āre infinitive suffix)

synonym study for deprive

1. See strip1.

OTHER WORDS FROM deprive

de·priv·a·ble,adjectivede·priv·al,nounde·priv·a·tive[dih-priv-uh-tiv], /dɪˈprɪv ə tɪv/, adjectivede·priv·er,noun

non·de·priv·a·ble,adjectivepre·de·prive,verb (used with object),pre·de·prived,pre·de·priv·ing.self-de·priv·ing,adjective

Words nearby deprive

depressor muscle of septum, depressor nerve, depressurize, Depretis, deprivation, deprive, deprived, deprofessionalize, de profundis, deprogram, deprogramme

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Words related to deprive

bereave, bankrupt, rob, dispossess, strip, divest, oust, expropriate, seize, wrest, dismantle, denude, despoil, dock, bare, lose, skim, disrobe, disinherit, hold back

How to use deprive in a sentence

  • Here was Genius, which had invested considerable time and money in developing its lyrics database, allegedly being deprived of traffic and revenue — an argument that many aggrieved publishers identify with.

    Genius not looking so smart after Google escapes liability for ‘misappropriating’ lyrics|Greg Sterling|August 11, 2020|Search Engine Land

  • “Scorched earth,” historically, means destroying land to deprive the encroaching enemy of its use.

    Israel Creates ‘No Man’s Land’ in Gaza, Shrinking Strip by 40 Percent|Jesse Rosenfeld|July 28, 2014|DAILY BEAST

  • It would also deprive a lot of kids like Henry of the opportunity to present their asylum claims.

    The Immigrant Kids Suing America|Caitlin Dickson|July 11, 2014|DAILY BEAST

  • But in reality all diets are basically the same—deprive the body of nutrients and it will begin to consume itself.

    My Week At An Austrian Fat Camp|Owen Matthews|October 27, 2013|DAILY BEAST

  • But in principle you could deprive humans of all kind of things to see what happened.

    Rediscovering Richard Dawkins: An Interview|J.P. O’Malley|September 23, 2013|DAILY BEAST

  • Is the market an inert force to be manipulated and exploited, to deprive it of hard-earned cash?

    5 Ways to Fix Book Publishing|Anis Shivani|July 12, 2013|DAILY BEAST

  • Robert, emperor of Germany, died, just as a powerful combination had been formed to deprive him of the crown.

    The Every Day Book of History and Chronology|Joel Munsell

  • Well, then, by meriting happiness, I will take revenge upon the injustice which would deprive me of it.

    Madame Roland, Makers of History|John S. C. Abbott

  • In this case, the idea of a greater good determines him to deprive himself of one less desirable.

    Superstition In All Ages (1732)|Jean Meslier

  • He will naturally resent it; it would deprive us of his friendship or regard: nay it would, perhaps, make him hate us.

    My Ten Years' Imprisonment|Silvio Pellico

  • Does not tyranny deprive princes of true power, the love of the people, in which is safety?

    Superstition In All Ages (1732)|Jean Meslier

British Dictionary definitions for deprive


verb(tr)

(foll by of)to prevent from possessing or enjoying; dispossess (of)

archaicto remove from rank or office; depose; demote

Derived forms of deprive

deprivable, adjectivedeprival, noundepriver, noun

Word Origin for deprive

C14: from Old French depriver, from Medieval Latin dēprīvāre, from Latin de- + prīvāre to deprive of, rob; see private

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Medical definitions for deprive


v.

To take something from someone or something.

To keep from possessing or enjoying something.

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Thus the rapacity of Capital defeats itself, and actually impoverishes its owners when it deprives Labor of a fair reward.

GLANCES AT EUROPEHORACE GREELEY

When Morris talks of a house that has been “gammoned,” he deprives a large number of readers of his meaning.

ENGLISH: COMPOSITION AND LITERATUREW. F. (WILLIAM FRANKLIN) WEBSTER

No, sir: the reverse is the case: he refuses to teach me, and deprives me of my books, so that I cannot teach myself.

THE MONCTONS: A NOVEL, VOLUME ISUSANNA MOODIE

He who seeks to divorce toil from knowledge deprives knowledge of its most valuable property.

NIGHT AND MORNING, COMPLETEEDWARD BULWER-LYTTON
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Suddenly Andrei turned over on his side, and sniffled even harder, not allowing Oleg to see the member. - "I'm completely crazy!" - thought Oleg, - Still a little bit and I would touch him. A member of Oleg.

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Mills exasperated as she climbed out of the car. Emma was laughing inwardly, but following the expression on Regina's face, she laughed out loud. Mills, you're like an old man behind a fancy car. You wander and think that you are persecuting.

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Vitaly Stepanovich was going to sneak out of the house to some young girl, and Lyubov Viktorovna mentally wanted to take the place of Julia. And Nikolai and not only mentally. All the young lovers looked alike. Money, cheap and deceitful flattery, and hotel sex.

But Nikolai was a level higher.



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