Divest in a Sentence 🔊

Definition of Divest

to deprive of or strip away

Examples of Divest in a sentence

The jury must divest itself from all personal feelings and emotions when weighing the motives of the witnesses. 🔊

Under the new deal, the company agreed to divest itself of half its revenues, so they could distribute it among their creditors. 🔊

The king refused to divest himself of the crown, even though he risked assassination. 🔊

Hard as he tried, the politician could not divest his constituents from the idea that gun control trampled upon their second amendment rights.  🔊

Divest yourself from the company of evil men or you will learn to mimic their ways.  🔊

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