bereave

[ bih-reev ]SEE DEFINITION OF bereave

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BEREAVE

What we love that we have, but by desire we bereave ourselves of the love.

For as for that which doth not, it is its own fault and loss, if it bereave itself of her light.

Receive, and believe, and bereave should be cut out at once.

I think of the fathers and mothers whom further fighting must bereave.

It seemed as if God intended to bereave us of her, for he brought her even to death's door.

The loss of all others will not bereave you of happiness if this be possessed.

And yet imperious necessity may bereave us even of that joy.

Possibly (but I hardly think so) the critique was afterwards shortened, so as to bereave it of this merit.

I hold it not a brotherly part to desire to bereave me of my two children at once.

They whom it must bereave seemed for the time immeasurably removed from the fact.

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