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synonyms for robbed

  • bereave
  • break into
  • cheat
  • defraud
  • divest
  • hijack
  • loot
  • lose
  • mug
  • plunder
  • raid
  • ransack
  • strip
  • abscond
  • appropriate
  • burglarize
  • burgle
  • con
  • cop
  • defalcate
  • despoil
  • disinherit
  • dispossess
  • embezzle
  • filch
  • heist
  • hustle
  • liberate
  • lift
  • oust
  • peculate
  • pilfer
  • pillage
  • pinch
  • promote
  • purloin
  • relieve
  • requisition
  • rifle
  • roll
  • sack
  • scrounge
  • snitch
  • strong-arm
  • swindle
  • swipe
  • take
  • thieve
  • withhold
  • do out of
  • hold up
  • rip off
  • stick up
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antonyms for robbed

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  • clothe
  • cover
  • give
  • help
  • receive
  • bequeath
  • condemn
  • demote
  • hold
  • hurt
  • keep
  • offer
  • protect
  • refuse
  • reject
  • release
  • return
  • stop
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How to use robbed in a sentence

This robs you of the opportunity to expand your potential consumer market and get more traffic.
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I am 31 — yes, robbing the cradle — and I would say marriage and children for me are more of a three- to five-year plan.
CAROLYN HAX: THE 10-YEAR PLAN IS HIS BRAINCHILD. HER 5-YEAR PLAN IS A CHILD CHILD.CAROLYN HAXNOVEMBER 19, 2020WASHINGTON POST
If Spears’s fans think someone is keeping them from direct access to Britney, then they can understand themselves as being robbed of the part of Britney’s persona that made her so compelling to begin with.
WHY BRITNEY SPEARS’S FANS ARE CONVINCED SHE’S BEING HELD CAPTIVECONSTANCE GRADYNOVEMBER 11, 2020VOX
Our unoccupied safety gets to “rob” any throws into that zone.
IN EFFECTIVE PASS COVERAGE, WHAT YOU SEE ISN’T ALWAYS WHAT YOU GETRICHARD JOHNSONNOVEMBER 11, 2020WASHINGTON POST
A man and a woman lured a person into a park and ride area, then robbed the person of property and stabbed him.
SOUTHERN MARYLAND CRIME REPORTNOVEMBER 11, 2020WASHINGTON POST
The coalition came together because in various areas of the city felt they were robbed in past elections.
2020 MAY BE THE LAST CAKE WALK FOR UNION-BACKED SCHOOL BOARD CANDIDATESWILL HUNTSBERRYNOVEMBER 4, 2020VOICE OF SAN DIEGO
A long post-election tussle, street violence and chaos threaten to forever rob America of that unique halo it has enjoyed.
BUTTERFLY EFFECT: WHO’S THE SH*THOLE NOW?CHARU KASTURINOVEMBER 4, 2020OZY
“It robs people of all sense of normalcy and all peace of mind,” she said.
‘REVENGE PORN’ WAS ALREADY COMMONPLACE. THE PANDEMIC HAS MADE THINGS EVEN WORSE.JESSICA M. GOLDSTEINOCTOBER 29, 2020WASHINGTON POST
Jacob robbed his brother of his birthright by trading on his hunger; Joseph robbed a whole people in the same way.
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The rich Chinese were robbed and the labouring class were pressed into service fit for beasts of burden.
THE PHILIPPINE ISLANDSJOHN FOREMAN
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WORDS RELATED TO ROBBED

  • beggared
  • bereaved
  • cut off
  • deprived
  • destitute
  • devoid
  • dispossessed
  • divested
  • fleeced
  • impoverished
  • left without
  • minus
  • naked
  • parted from
  • robbed
  • shorn
  • stripped
  • wanting
  • without
  • abducted
  • appropriated
  • bagged
  • diverted
  • hijacked
  • kept
  • kidnapped
  • lifted
  • pinched
  • plagiarized
  • poached
  • purloined
  • ripped off
  • robbed
  • sacked
  • shanghaied
  • snatched
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