Deprivable De*priv"a*ble, a. Capable of being, or liable to be, deprived; liable to be deposed. [1913 Webster]

Kings of Spain . . . deprivable for their tyrannies. --Prynne. [1913 Webster]

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  • deprivable — See deprive. * * * …   Universalium

  • deprivable — de·priv·able …   English syllables

  • deprivable — də̇ˈprīvəbəl, dēˈ adjective : subject to or capable of being deprived …   Useful english dictionary

  • deprive — deprivable, adj. deprival, n. deprivative /di priv euh tiv/, adj. depriver, n. /di pruyv /, v.t., deprived, depriving. 1. to remove or withhold something from the enjoyment or possession of (a person or persons): to deprive a man of life; to… …   Universalium

  • indeprivable — in·deprivable …   English syllables

  • undeprivable — un·deprivable …   English syllables

  • deprive — /dəˈpraɪv / (say duh pruyv) verb (t) (deprived, depriving) 1. to divest of something possessed or enjoyed; dispossess; strip; bereave. 2. to keep (a person, etc.) from possessing or enjoying something withheld. 3. to remove (an ecclesiastic) from …   Australian English dictionary

  • deprive — 1 (usu. foll. by of) strip, dispossess; debar from enjoying (illness deprived him of success). 2 (as deprived adj.) a (of a child etc.) suffering from the effects of a poor or loveless home. b (of an area) with inadequate housing,… …   Useful english dictionary

  • indeprivable — |in+ adjective Etymology: in (I) + deprivable archaic : inalienable …   Useful english dictionary