Synonyms for deprivation
|Grammar : Noun|
|Spell : dep-ruh-vey-shuh n|
|Phonetic Transcription : ˌdɛp rəˈveɪ ʃən|
Top 10 synonyms for deprivation
Définition of deprivationOrigin :
- mid-15c., "removal from office or position," from Medieval Latin deprivationem (nominative deprivatio), noun of action from past participle stem of deprivare (see deprive).
- noun taking, keeping away; need
- And from dropsy to the deprivation of life into which your folly will bring you.
- Extract from : « The Imaginary Invalid » by Molire
- The most amazing thing about him is that he turns hardship and deprivation into pleasure.
- Extract from : « Mountain Meditations » by L. Lind-af-Hageby
- Deprivation of it quickly produces a starved physical condition.
- Extract from : « No Animal Food » by Rupert H. Wheldon
- This was deprivation of the privileges of a freeman and banishment from the City.
- Extract from : « The History of London » by Walter Besant
- Without the deprivation of a single necessity, or comfort, even.
- Extract from : « Ainslee's, Vol. 15, No. 5, June 1905 » by Various
- Punishment is pain, is deprivation, despondency, affliction.
- Extract from : « Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, Volume 58, Number 358, August 1845 » by Various
- It is the amends due for a deprivation that has been suffered.
- Extract from : « Change in the Village » by (AKA George Bourne) George Sturt
- For if teaching produces it, the deprivation of teaching prevents it.
- Extract from : « Plutarch's Morals » by Plutarch
- She spoke as if he were responsible for some deprivation which Miss Bonford suffered.
- Extract from : « Sons and Lovers » by David Herbert Lawrence
- "Well, I'll do my best to bear up under the deprivation," laughed Bert.
- Extract from : « Bert Wilson on the Gridiron » by J. W. Duffield
Antonyms for deprivation
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