Definition of "deprive"
  1. The act of removing or denying access to something from someone
How to use "deprive" in a sentence
  1. The court ruled that the defendant did intend to deprive the victim of their property.
  2. The bill aims to protect consumers from being unfairly deprived of their rights.
  3. If found guilty, the convict could be deprived of their liberty for several years.

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