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deprogram

de·pro·gram

deprogram

 
pronunciation:
di pro graem
part of speech: transitive verb
inflections: deprogramed, deprograming, deprograms
definition: to convince of the error of recently acquired beliefs, esp. those of a religious cult, by coercive means such as kidnapping, deprivation of sleep, and long interrogation and argumentation.
derivation: deprogramer (n.)