oppress


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subjugate

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depress

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to do a wrong to; treat unjustly

to make sad or gloomy

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come down on or keep down by unjust use of one's authority

cause to suffer

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Structural change is required to ameliorate the social and economic inequalities that oppress some and privilege others (Ethic of Change).
BEIRUT: Progressive Socialist Party leader Walid Jumblatt said Monday that the Syrian people will have no mercy for those who oppress and murder them in the name of Palestine and the resistance, the National News Agency reported.
To this day, Muslims use the white man as a weapon of mass distraction a distraction from the fact that we've never needed the 'oppressive' West to oppress our own.
As the School of the Americas continues to train terrorists who torture, kill and oppress the poor people who seek justice in South America, protestors are preparing their next trip to Fort Benning, Ga.
And it should be obvious that since satisfaction poses an image of submission to oppression, it consequently poses no challenge to the acts of those who oppress and exploit.
Accordingly, restrictions will be enforced on firms and persons supplying dual use technology to the two countries which they might use to oppress their own people.
NN: I'm particularly excited to go to Mumbai to take a stand against communalism--the violent political misuse of religion to oppress minorities and women.
But the prophet Isaiah chastised those who merely fasted ``because on your fast day you think only of your business, and oppress all your workers .
His) ambition for power and aggrandizement will oppress and grind you .