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Synonyms for dispossess



Synonyms for dispossess

to take or keep something away from

Words related to dispossess

deprive of the possession of real estate

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that would be a far better life than I lead now; but Monsieur Mazarin is a mean wretch, who won't dispossess himself of his diamond in my favor.
Raheema further said that a criminal case was registered against petitioner following which the AC sealed the house while exercising powers under section 145 of the Code of Criminal Procedure 1898, adding that the section does not empower Asad to dispossess a person by sealing the premises.
DisPossess, a five-part supernatural comedy-drama that follows a small company which gets rid of nuisance aliens and supernatural phenomena, was filmed in the city last year.
What was hidden behind all the lofty words of the court was just a legal trick to dispossess these foundations.
As Survival International researcher David Hill discovered while putting together a report on the subject, national governments around the world are using the need to take action against climate change as an excuse to dispossess indigenous peoples of their land (page 38).