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Deprived of friction with other minds, he was slower than his social prototype in the reproduction of the epochs.

Every person in Europe supposes that a dog would run mad if deprived of drink.

Perils and CaptivityCharlotte-Adlade [ne Picard] Dard

It was certainly provoking to be deprived of her freedom just when she was likely to make it most profitable.

The gentleman speaks as if, in passing on those valuable qualities to his son by heredity, he had deprived himself.

The Mystery of Murray DavenportRobert Neilson Stephens

A severe paralytic stroke has deprived me of my sole support.

The fall of many governments, and the frequent redistribution of territory, deprived all settlements of the dignity of permanence.

The History of FreedomJohn Emerich Edward Dalberg-Acton

He was, of course, deprived of his liberty during the rest of his voyage.

Deprived of everything, he wanders about in despair, reduced to beggary.

A sailor will starve quietly, but go crazy if deprived of his smoke.

The Grain ShipMorgan Robertson

Alas, for the short curls that deprived her of woman's universal tool!

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