Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.


They stand for that which deprives these children of their birthright.

The day that sees a man a slave, deprives him of half his worth.

Experienced people say it deprives a man even of his last shirt.

When God is planning ruin for a man, He first deprives him of his reason.

No—thanks be to him who gives it wings, and deprives the feet of their functions!

The second may be ravished from us, but can be of no advantage to him who deprives us of them.

If it is sound it deprives the position which has been taken of any validity.

His accusation of Littlefield deprives him of a good deal of sympathy.

Unfortunately the pamphlet is anonymous, and this deprives it of most of its authority.

It is this kind of thing which deprives classical nomenclature of all its utility.