Example sentences for: deprive

How can you use “deprive” in a sentence? Here are some example sentences to help you improve your vocabulary:

  • To abridge is "to contract, to diminish; to deprive of."

  • Instead, the AMA has supported an agenda that promotes physicians' freedom to maximize their personal financial reward, even though those policies may deprive tens of millions of Americans access to affordable care.

  • But owning a word can do little for a writer like me, except perhaps in the ego department, since according to the law, a word can be a trademark only if such status does not deprive others of their right to the normal use of the English language.

  • A requirement that the H-2A worker be physically present in the United States when the cause of action arises or the representation commences thus would deprive H-2A workers of representation on many of the most basic employment contract protections afforded by Congress, directly contrary to Congress' purpose.

  • If so, why does the Fourteenth Amendment literally protect all “persons” against the American states that deprive them of equal protection of the laws?


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