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deprive of life

deprive
of
life
is an acrostic for dol.

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Google previewUniversal Dictionary of the English Language (1897)

A New and Original Work Presenting for Convenient Reference the Orthography, Pronunciation, Meaning, Use, Origin and Development of Every Word in the English Language ... by Robert Hunter, Charles Morris

To deprive of life or ...

Google previewAn American Dictionary of the English Language (1839)

Exhibiting the Origin, Orthography, Pronunciation, and Definitions of Words by Noah Webster

To deprive of life ; ( not used . ] 2 lm , Injury ; prejudice to interest , fame , credit , profit 2 . To deprive of spirit or courage ; to discourage ; to disor other good . hearten ; to deject . DIS - AD - VANTAGE , • . t . To injure in interest ; to preju DIS - ANT ...

Google previewMarch's Thesaurus Dictionary (1925)

A Treasure House of Words and Knowledge by Francis Andrew March

Deprive of life. To take away life from. Despatch. To put to death quickly .

Google previewA Thesaurus Dictionary of the English Language (1906)

Designed to Suggest Immediately Any Desired Word Needed to Express Exactly a Given Idea; a Dictionary, Synonyms, Antonyms, Idioms, Foreign Phrases, Pronunciations, a Copious Correlation of Words, Prepared Under the Supervision of Francis Andrew March ... and Francis Andrew March, Jr by Francis Andrew March

Deprive of life . To take away life from. Despatch. To put to death quickly. Die a violent death. To meet death by accident. Dispatch. Despatch Do for. To put an end to. Drown.

Google previewA dictionary of the English language. Abstracted from the folio ed., by the author. To which is prefixed, A grammar of the English language. [Another] (1822)

by Samuel Johnson

'•To deprive of life ; to put to death, as an •frat. » Maccabees. *□ To destroy animals for food. Shakespeare. 3. To deprive of life, as- a cause or instrument. Bacon. *• To deprive of vegetative or other motion, or active qualities. Floyer. MIXER. ».

Google previewWalker's Pronouncing Dictionary ... of the English Language ... (1831)

by John Walker

To deprive of life; to discourage, to deject. DisaniMATION, ...

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