Definition of Deprogrammed

1. Verb. (past of deprogram) ¹



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Definition of Deprogrammed

1. deprogram [v] - See also: deprogram

Lexicographical Neighbors of Deprogrammed

deprivedly
deprivement
deprivements
depriver
deprivers
deprives
deprivilege
deprivileged
deprivileges
deprivileging
depriving
deprogram
deprogramed
deprograming
deprogramme
deprogrammed
deprogrammer
deprogrammers
deprogrammes
deprogramming
deprograms
deproject
deprojected
deprojecting
deprojection
deprojections
deprojects
deprostrate
deprotect
deprotected

Literary usage of Deprogrammed

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Liberation: Marines in the Recapture of Guam by Cyril J. OBrien (1996)
"Of this number, 491 were deprogrammed, a process that could take a year, and returned to their owners, given to their handlers, or returned to the Army, ..."

2. Manufacturing Technology: Factors Affecting Adoption (1994)
"Includes computers that may be dedicated to control, but which are capable of being Deprogrammed for other functions. Factory Network. ..."

3. Changing Perspectives by Gyeorgos Ceres Hatonn (1994)
"Staking government secrets on the belief that I could not be “deprogrammed” and reintegrated has proven erroneous, and the messages and events I was exposed ..."

4. The Breathing Dead and Cement Children by Gyeorgos Ceres Hatonn (1995)
"Directly following this is a list of material Mark Phillips (a deprogrammer) and Cathy O'Brien (a deprogrammed ex-slave) have written on the Monarch project ..."

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