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abridge to lessen, curtail, or deprive. [1/2 definitions]
bereave to deprive and make mournful (usu. fol. by "of"). [2 definitions]
cheat to deprive (someone) of something unfairly. [1/11 definitions]
defraud to deprive of something by wrongful and usu. unlawful deception; cheat; swindle.
defrock to strip or deprive of the rights, rank, authority, and functions of a particular office or profession, esp. that of priest; unfrock.
degrade to bring (someone) down from a higher to a lower rank, degree, status, or the like, esp. to deprive of a position, title, or office. [1/6 definitions]
dehumanize to deprive of individuality, spirit, or other human qualities; render routine or mechanical.
demonetize to deprive (a coin or the like) of monetary value. [1/2 definitions]
denationalize to deprive of the status of sovereign nation. [1/2 definitions]
depose to deprive of rank or office, esp. from an important position such as that of king. [1/3 definitions]
desex to subdue or deprive of sex, sexual interest, or sex appeal. [1/2 definitions]
disenfranchise to deprive (someone) of a right of citizenship, esp. the right to vote; disfranchise. [2 definitions]
disfranchise to deprive (someone) of a right of citizenship, esp. the right to vote; disenfranchise. [2 definitions]
disillusion to free or deprive of false beliefs or hopes; destroy the illusions of (someone). [1/2 definitions]
disinherit to exclude from or deprive of an inheritance. [2 definitions]
fascinate to deprive of the power to move or act; transfix. [1/3 definitions]
incapacitate to deprive of power, ability, or strength; disable. [2 definitions]
invalidate to make invalid; deprive of force or effect.
privative acting to deprive. [1/4 definitions]
reave to deprive (one) of something. [1/3 definitions]
rob to deprive unjustly or harmfully of something. [1/4 definitions]