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- v. Present participle of empoverish.
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We know from observation that stupidity is one of the great banes of humanity, killing and empoverishing many many human beings.
It is orphan-grade chutzpah to so lavishly reward Wall Street through devastating and empoverishing the union workers who builds their products.
Many times, the USA sucks the money of the countries around it, empoverishing them, and causing the influx of immigrants to the country.
Marching onward, and forcibly enlisting, by the way, various tribes through which he passed, exhausting many streams, and empoverishing the population condemned to entertain his army, Xerxes arrived at
These markets were crushed by panic and forced selling of all risky assets, compounded by the fact that collapsing commodity prices were rapidly empoverishing these economies, since they rely so heavily on commodity exports.