Thesaurus / rob

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The narrow lens through which craft chocolate is seen is not only to the detriment of Indigenous chocolate makers globally, but also robs consumers of the chacne to experience the multitude of ways chocolate is produced.
Suddenly robbed of her dinner plans, she seemed stumped for an alternative.
For example, facial recognition systems that were never properly regulated before being developed and deployed are now so widely used as to rob people of their privacy.
He has been robbed of what could’ve been a new point in his life.
Palm oil expansion is also robbing orangutans, tigers, rhinos, and elephants of their natural habitats.
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It does not rob his joy of one rapture, but it keeps it from becoming careless.
He soon demonstrates how valuable he is to the firm by detecting the bookkeeper in a bold attempt to rob his employers.
Rob, did you see that puff of smoke coming out of the house then?
We would not rob them, were it in our power to do so, of one jot or tittle of their rightful honor.
And then the continual effort to degrade the Mass, to rob it of its mystery and holy character—it's clever, it's subtle.
A LOST CAUSECYRIL ARTHUR EDWARD RANGER GULL

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