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


These may at any rate be held to enrich themselves in depriving others.

I couldn't think of depriving them of their man's services; but they would not hear me.

The man's knee crushed into his stomach, depriving him of breath.

And now you'll be pushing in again between us, and depriving me of my chance again!

"Then you are depriving me of a great happiness," I softly answered.

You will not object to my depriving you for a short time of her.

Depriving an American citizen of his liberty on any such trumped-up charge as that!

She has been depriving herself of half her proper food every day during this famine.

And would it not be depriving Madeleine of an inestimable joy?

He saw that he was depriving the others of the only opportunity they might ever have of obtaining their liberty.