Third-person singular simple present indicative form of deprive. (verb)
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Use "deprives" in a sentence
"Cancer once again deprives us of someone too soon."
"As if honoring one's promise and upholding one's word deprives one of sovereignty rather than increasing one's safety."
"The use of spoken English instead of Chinese with subtitles deprives the dialogue of authenticity as does the rendering of Chinese script in the outmoded Wade-Giles System of Romanization in which "Qin" is spelled "Chin" leading the narrator to the false conclusion that it is the root of the word "China.""