impoverish

[ im-pov-er-ish, -pov-rish ]SEE DEFINITION OF impoverish

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR IMPOVERISH

Giving does not impoverish either her ample purse or her generous heart.

My want cannot impoverish that inexhaustible treasury of grace!

Instead of hallowing the life it will debase and impoverish it.

And you expect me to impoverish myself for the sake of Champney Googe?

Each generation had done what it could to impoverish the land and never to improve it.

Careless ones will lose their money and impoverish the nation.

Its influence was vicious and its efforts were to impoverish the campmen.

Often he will impoverish himself to give to the causes that help humanity.

This of itself would seem to be sufficient to impoverish a nation.

True genius will not impoverish, but will liberate, and add new senses.

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