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  • v. Alternative spelling of denaturalize.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • v. make less natural or unnatural
  • v. strip of the rights and duties of citizenship


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  • To attempt to give such things a wide currency is to be willing to denaturalise them in order to boast that they have been propagated.

    The Life of Reason

  • The primitive naturalism of the Hebrews was not yet superseded by prophetic doctrines when a new form of materialism arose to stifle and denaturalise what was rational in those doctrines.

    The Life of Reason

  • But it is a proof of his depth and purity of soul that his searching philosophic intuition did more to spiritualise the dogmas he accepted from others than these dogmas could do to denaturalise his spontaneous philosophy.

    The Life of Reason

  • "Whether or not there is an ability to denaturalise him, I know that this something that has been discussed, and whether or not there are constitutional issues that are involved in that process may certainly have been raised.

    Zee News : India National

  • Human Rights Watch Middle East and North Africa director Sarah Leah Whitson said "Morocco cannot summarily denaturalise and deport its own citizens because of the way they fill out entry forms at the airport. (U.S.) - beyond your own borders


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