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synonyms for depletes

  • bankrupt
  • decrease
  • diminish
  • drain
  • empty
  • expend
  • impoverish
  • lessen
  • reduce
  • sap
  • squander
  • undermine
  • use up
  • weaken
  • bleed
  • draw
  • evacuate
  • finish
  • milk
  • spend
  • waste
  • dig into
  • dry up
  • suck dry
  • wash up
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antonyms for depletes

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  • develop
  • enlarge
  • expand
  • extend
  • fill
  • grow
  • increase
  • raise
  • save
  • strengthen
  • create
  • hoard
  • add
  • augment
  • give
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How to use depletes in a sentence

By his engineering operations for water-supply he abstracts water from its natural basins and depletes the streams.
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It depletes, too, in the same way, the quality of men in our public life.
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Even the best of us do not bear with equanimity anything which depletes our pockets.
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This of course depletes the number from which the supply must come.
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Habitual use depletes vitality and so predisposes to disease.
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Dr. Mitchell puts it well when he says that muscular exercise flushes the parts engaged in it, and so depletes the brain.
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