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de·prive / diˈprīv/ • v. [tr.] deny (a person or place) the possession or use of something: the city was deprived of its water supplies. ∎  archaic depose (someone, esp. a clergyman) from office: Archbishop Bancroft deprived a considerable number of puritan clergymen. DERIVATIVES: de·priv·al / -vəl/ n.

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deprivealive, arrive, chive, Clive, connive, contrive, deprive, dive, drive, five, gyve, hive, I've, jive, live, MI5, revive, rive, shrive, skive, strive, survive, swive, thrive •skydive • swan dive • nosedive •swallow dive • scuba-dive • Argive •beehive • archive

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deprive XIV. — OF. depriver — ecclL. dēprīvāre, f. DE- 3 + prīvāre deprive.
So deprivation XV. — ecclL.

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