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deprogram 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.
etiolate to weaken, esp. through deprivation of normal development. [1/3 definitions]
haggard wasted, exhausted, or wild in appearance, as from hunger, deprivation, or anxiety.
privation an act, instance, or condition of deprivation. [1/2 definitions]