OTHER WORDS FOR impoverish
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OTHER WORDS FROM impoverishim·pov·er·ish·er, nounim·pov·er·ish·ment, noun
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For two centuries, elites across the world have undermined Haitian sovereignty and impoverished its people.
If we lose the genetic diversity of native plants, we’re impoverishing our landscapes and making them less resilient.
These twin deficits enrich our frenemies and impoverish present and future Americans.U.S. Closing Trade Deficit With Better Oil Numbers|Daniel Gross|June 5, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Rosner seemed to think such boycotts simply serve to impoverish our knowledge of these crucial issues.
Their basic claim is that if government spends more now, deficits will rise, and that will impoverish our grandchildren.
In short, deficits undertaken to finance productive investment not only do not impoverish our grandchildren, they enrich them.
Giving does not impoverish either her ample purse or her generous heart.Ernest Linwood|Caroline Lee Hentz
Father Castel was a madman, but a good man upon the whole; he was sorry to see me thus impoverish myself to no purpose.The Confessions of J. J. Rousseau, Complete|Jean Jacques Rousseau
Spanish policy had devised a still more ingenious contrivance gradually to impoverish the richest families of the land.The Revolt of The Netherlands, Complete|Friedrich Schiller
In the system we are discussing, to allow them to export crowns would be to allow them to impoverish themselves.Essays on Political Economy|Frederic Bastiat
Sometimes nature appears to spend all her intellectual and moral wealth on the father, and almost to impoverish the sons.The Expositor's Bible: The Book of Joshua|William Garden Blaikie