Part of speech:
To refuse to acknowledge as one's own; disown; repudiate
To put in legal possession of a particular thing; assign ownership to
(Bridge) To remove all cards of a particular suit from another player. (See also, strip-squeeze.)
To refrain from granting, permitting, etc.; refuse
To bereave is to take away, often as a result of death, or to leave someone feeling sad.
To free of; rid:
(Gram.) Indicating negation, absence, or loss
Deprivation is defined as the state of having something withheld from the enjoyment or possession of someone.
An act of divesting.
To seize (property) for military or government use
To seize (private property) for the public treasury, usually as a penalty
(Geology) To expose (rock strata) by erosion.
To ruin, especially by destroying or removing what is valuable:
To strip of covering or clothing.
To deprive of the possession of something, esp. land, a house, etc.; oust
To clip short or cut off (an animal's tail, for example).
To remove an organ, such as an eye, from (a patient).
To deprive of ownership; dispossess
(--- popularly) To steal something from in any way, as by embezzlement or burglary
To stiff is to fail to give someone the time promised or the money to which they are entitled.
To grant as by favour; to bestow in concession, or in compliance with a wish or request.
To offer as entertainment:
To present as an act of worship:
To set aside for a specific use or certain person
To have a conference or talk; meet for discussion; converse
To make available for use; provide:
To endow is defined as to provide a quality, a talent, an asset or funding.
(Intransitive) Become poor.
To enrich is defined as to improve something or make something better.
To hand over, give, or send (a bill, credentials, etc.) to someone
Find another word for deprive. In this page you can discover 35 synonyms, antonyms, idiomatic expressions, and related words for deprive, like: deny, seize, strip, withhold, bereave, divest, privative, deposition, deprivation, dispossession and divestiture.