Home Thesaurus Bereft. Category: most common Unique synonym antonym related. Part of speech: modifier adjective. Grieving over the death of a relative or friend. The definition of deprived is not having enough of the necessities of life or a lack of positive opportunities and experiences. Lacking the necessities of life; living in complete poverty. Reduced to poverty. Having had shirt sleeves or pantlegs shortened by cutting material from the end.
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The bereft mother is played by Julianne Moore. Send us feedback. Trending: North Korean General: Trump Trending: North Korean General: Trump 'Bereft' of Reason "Lacking something needed, wanted, or expected" Dictionary Entries near bereft bereaved bereavement be reborn bereft bereft of be reincarnated berendo. Accessed 19 Jan.
Bereft of a competitive primary, Democrats are backing candidates for Clinton campaign manager. They happened to men, to women, to young and old, to scientists and sailors, to the bereft and to the content. Kirsty, understandably, was not impressed at being dumped on her dream day, and her bereft wail filled the church. One lost game and he seems as bereft and broken as Willy Loman. One about teens battling to the death, and several about bereft middle-aged people struggling to keep it together. Like one bereft I ran back into the telegraph office, and began to call the dispatcher's office. He looked like one bereft of sense, as he stood there without uttering a word. She felt sorry for the young man who, like herself, was lonely and bereft. O thou northern site, bereft Indeed, and widow'd, since of these depriv'd!