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deprive

verb arrogate, attach, bereave, capture, commandeer, confiscate, convert, denude, despoil, disendow, disentitle, disherit, disinherit, disown, dispossess, disseize, distrain, divest, expropriate, extort, fleece, foreclose, impoverish, leave destitute, mulct, pauperize, rob, seize, sequester, sequestrate, steal, strip, take away, tear away, usurp, wrench, wrest
Associated concepts: deprivation of liberty, deprivation of property, deprivation of right, deprive of employment, deerive of life, deprived of liberty, deprived of substantial right
Foreign phrases: Privatio praesupponit habitum.A depriiation presupposes something possessed.
See also: abduct, ban, condemn, confiscate, demote, derogate, despoil, diminish, disfranchise, disinherit, dispossess, divest, exclude, fine, forbid, impress, keep, mulct, restrain
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Such restrictions or restraint can take away a person's freedom and so deprive them of their liberty.
At the recent meeting with Prime Minister of Slovakia Robert Fico, said Arseniy Yatsenyuk, "Slovakia made the same tough statement, as the building of the second branch of the South Stream deprives Slovakia of $800 million.
In a statement here Thursday, Imran Khan said PTI had complained to the ECP and also drawn the attention of the Khyber Pukhtunkhwa government to this attempt to deprive women of their right to vote.
In a statement, Imran said PTI had complained to the ECP and also drawn the attention of the Khyber Pukhtunkhwa government to this attempt to deprive women of their right to vote.
The criminals take advantage of the crowd and deprive not only the victim of money but also other people.
The residents said that even sui gas has been supplied to Murree but Sohaan is still deprive of sui gas facility.
The appeals court reversed, finding that the parole boards ex parte meeting with a trial prosecutor did not deprive the prisoner of due process and did not give rise to a presumption of vindictiveness on the part of the prosecutor.