deprive in English
Use "deprive" in a sentence
1. You can't deprive yourself like this.
2. To deprive of strength or vigor; weaken.
3. It speaks of intention permanently to deprive.
4. “Let No Man Deprive You of the Prize”
5. To lower in or deprive of spirit; dishearten.
6. 13 To deprive of strength or ability; disable.
7. To deprive of virility or spirit; emasculate.
8. 24 To deprive of perception or insight.
9. 28 To lower in or deprive of spirit; dishearten.
10. To deprive of composure or emotional stability; unnerve.
11. 22 To deprive of strength or ability; disable.
12. Nobody entitle to deprive of other's right to survival.
13. Why should you deprive yourself of such simple pleasures?
14. 4 Moving would deprive them of their rental income.
15. 25 To deprive of strength or vigor; weaken.
16. 21 To deprive of virility or spirit; emasculate.
17. If found, we will deprive of rights of HL membership.
18. To deprive the lowly among my people of justice,+
19. To deprive of energy or vigor; fatigue or exhaust.
20. There is no requirement of an intention permanently to deprive.
21. However, maintaining integrity will not deprive you in any way.
22. I couldn't deprive you of your last few pence.
23. 29 To deprive of composure or emotional stability; unnerve.
24. To deprive of fortitude, strength,[sentence dictionary] or firmness of purpose.
25. 26 To deprive of fortitude, strength, or firmness of purpose.
26. You have the intention permanently to deprive me of the petrol.
27. Never deprive someone of hope; it might be all they have.
28. This law will deprive us of our most basic rights.
29. His constant taking center stage could deprive him of his.
30. 27 To deprive of energy or vigor; fatigue or exhaust.
31. 23 Nobody entitle to deprive of other's right to survival.
32. We often deprive our students of the ability to apply their mathematics.
33. When they deny their origins they also deprive themselves of a future.
34. That is because 10 defections would deprive Gingrich of a majority.
35. 30 If found, we will deprive of rights of HL membership.
36. To deprive the boy of his education is a violation of state law.
37. This could, however, deprive you of certain on-line services or advanced functionalities.
38. With enough merchants you can wage economic warfare to really deprive your enemies.
39. There is no need to deprive yourself of food on this diet.
40. Could this not make them feel unnecessarily guilty and deprive them of their joy?
41. Less developed countries fear that both those initiatives would deprive them of trading opportunities.
42. The accused did not have the intention permanently to deprive at the relevant time.
43. Their fingers on the triggers, they did not deprive themselves of this pleasure.
44. I wouldn't want to deprive your girls of their shit-flavored panty hose.
45. Some qualifications apply which do not necessarily deprive the image of historical authenticity.
46. (Isaiah 54:17) No one can forcibly deprive us of our peace and spiritual prosperity.
47. This would deprive wading birds such as curlew and snipe of an ideal breeding sanctuary.
48. 2, The Internet society, like a goldfish bowl, may deprive of the privacy of everyone.
49. In 1990, the Israeli army burned down olive groves to "deprive Hezbollah guerrillas of cover".
50. 18 Beware, then, of anyone who would deprive you of the prize of life.