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Use "depriver" in a sentence
""He's not this ogre, this depriver of people's rights," said Gary James, the trooper's attorney."
""He's not this ogre, this depriver of people's rights," the trooper's attorney, Gary James, said."
"We will speak of the second, that is, of love for delight, to whom truly no person that desires to lead a virtuous life ought to submit himself, because he is the depriver of honours, the bringer of troubles, the revealer of vices, the copious giver of vain cares and the worthy occupier of the liberty of others; a thing above all things to be held most dear."