bereft definition

  • verb:
    • A past tense and a past participle of bereave.
    • Easy past tight and previous participle of bereave.
    • To deprive.
    • A past tense and a past participle of bereave.
    • Simple past tight and previous participle of bereave.
    • To deprive.
  • adjective:
    • Deprived of anything: they have been bereft of these dignity.
    • Lacking some thing required or expected: "These Days's graduates seem keenly aware that tomorrow is bereft of mainstream objectives” ( Bruce Weber).
    • Suffering the loss of a loved one; bereaved: the bereft moms and dads.
    • pained by the loss of some body
    • deprived of, lacking, stripped of, robbed of
    • unsatisfied in love; struggling with unrequited love
    • sorrowful through reduction or starvation
    • Deprived of one thing: they truly are bereft of these self-esteem.
    • Lacking anything required or expected: "These Days's students appear keenly aware that the near future is bereft of old-fashioned objectives” ( Bruce Weber).
    • struggling the death of a family member; bereaved: the bereft parents.
    • pained because of the loss in some one
    • deprived of, lacking, stripped of, robbed of
    • unhappy in love; struggling with unrequited love
    • sorrowful through reduction or starvation
  • others:
    • imp. & p. p. of bereave.
    • imp. & p. p. of bereave.
  • noun:
    • Preterit and previous participle of bereave.
    • Preterit and previous participle of bereave.

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