Definition of Deprivers

1. Noun. (plural of depriver) ¹



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Definition of Deprivers

1. depriver [n] - See also: depriver

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Deprivers

deprivation
deprivation amblyopia
deprivations
deprivatization
deprivatize
deprivatized
deprivatizes
deprivatizing
deprive
deprived
deprived of(p)
deprivedly
deprivement
deprivements
depriver
deprivers (current term)
deprives
deprivilege
deprivileged
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deprogram
deprogramed
deprograming
deprogramme
deprogrammed
deprogrammer
deprogrammers
deprogrammes

Literary usage of Deprivers

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1. Ecclesiastical Memorials; Relating Chiefly to Religion, and the Reformation by John Strype (1822)
"One »p- And in this business these deprivers were so quick, and Iie ' went so roundly to work, that they stayed not for the appearances of the priests to ..."

2. History of the Affairs of Church and State in Scotland: From the Beginning by Robert Keith, Charles Jobson Lyon (1844)
"... and of this letter transmitted to the Queen-Regent by the Lord Lyon, seems to hang upon the deprivers their being born Counsellors to their Sovereign. ..."

3. The Princess of Cumberland's Statement to the English Nation, as to Her by Olivia Wilmot Serres (1822)
"... the Princess only is induced to observe?, that time. and the truth, and justice of her cause will prove, whether the deprivers of the rights, liberties, ..."

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