oppress (verb) · oppresses (third person present) · oppressed (past tense) · oppressed (past participle) · oppressing (present participle)
1. Oppress definition is - to crush or burden by abuse of power or authority
2. How to use Oppress in a sentence
3. Oppress definition, to burden with cruel or unjust impositions or restraints; subject to a burdensome or harsh exercise of authority or power: a people Oppressed by totalitarianism
4. To keep down by severe and unjust use of force or authority: a people who were Oppressed by tyranny
5. Oppress verb (RULE) [ T often passive ] to govern people in an unfair and cruel way and prevent them from having opportunities and freedom: For years now, the people have been Oppressed by a …
6. When you Oppress someone, you use your authority to keep them down
7. If you Oppress people long enough, they might decide to fight back and then decide to Oppress YOU
8. Find 74 ways to say Oppress, along with antonyms, related words, and example sentences at Thesaurus.com, the world's most trusted free thesaurus.
9. How does the verb Oppress differ from other similar words? Some common synonyms of Oppress are aggrieve, persecute, and wrong
10. While all these words mean "to injure unjustly or outrageously," Oppress suggests inhumane imposing of burdens one cannot endure or exacting more than one can perform
11. A people Oppressed by a warmongering tyrant
12. Conjugate Oppress in every English verb tense including present, past, and future.
13. To Oppress means to keep (someone) down by unjust force or authority
14. Oppression The exercise of authority or power in a burdensome, cruel, or unjust manner
15. The act of Oppressing, or the state of being Oppressed
16. Op‧press /əˈpres/ verb [ transitive] 1 to treat a group of people unfairly or cruelly, and prevent them from having the same rights that other people in society have native tribes Oppressed by the authorities 2 to make someone feel unhappy, worried, or uncomfortable The gloom in the chapel Oppressed her.
17. To keep down by severe and unjust use of force or authority: a people who were Oppressed by tyranny
18. We found 8 answers for “Oppress”
19. This page shows answers to the clue Oppress, followed by ten definitions like “To ravish; to violate”, “To impose excessive burdens upon” and “To put down; to crush out”.Synonyms for Oppress are for example browbeat, bully and clamp.More synonyms can be found below the puzzle answers.
20. Dictionary entry overview: What does Oppress mean? • Oppress (verb) The verb Oppress has 2 senses:
21. Cause to suffer Familiarity information: Oppress used as a verb is rare.
22. The dictator was guilty of war crimes and Oppressing the people under his rule.El dictador era culpable de crímenes de guerra y oprimir a la gente bajo su yugo
23. Oppress Total Number of words made out of Oppress = 73 Oppress is an acceptable word in Scrabble with 11 points.Oppress is an accepted word in Word with Friends having 13 points
24. Oppress is a 7 letter medium Word starting with O and ending with S
25. 6 letter Words made out of Oppress
26. Late Middle English from Old French Oppresser, from medieval Latin Oppressare, from Latin Oppress- ‘pressed against’, from the verb opprimere.
27. Examples of Oppress in a sentence
28. The dictator uses fear to Oppress his people
29. 🔊 Throughout history, racist groups have tried to Oppress minorities by way of force and fear.
30. To Oppress people means to treat them cruelly, or to prevent them from having the same opportunities, freedom, and benefits as others
31. These people often are Oppressed by the governments of the countries they find themselves in
32. American English: Oppress / əˈprɛs /
33. What does Oppress mean? To keep down by the cruel or unjust use of power or authority; rule harshly; tyrannize over
34. Oppress somebody to treat somebody in a cruel and unfair way, especially by not giving them the same freedom, rights, etc
35. As other people The regime is accused of Oppressing religious minorities
36. Throughout history, our people have been Oppressed and exploited.
37. In contextobsoletelang=en terms the difference between suppress and Oppress is that suppress is (obsolete) to hold in place, to keep low while Oppress is (obsolete) physically to press down on (someone) with harmful effects; to smother, crush
38. As verbs the difference between suppress and Oppress is that suppress is to put an end to, especially with force, to crush, do away with; to prohibit
39. Meaning and definitions of Oppress, translation of Oppress in Bengali language with similar and opposite words
40. Spoken pronunciation of Oppress in English and in Bengali
41. Tags for the entry "Oppress" What Oppress means in Bengali, Oppress meaning in Bengali, Oppress definition, explanation, pronunciations and examples of Oppress in Bengali.
42. NAS: if a man does not Oppress anyone, but restores KJV: And hath not Oppressed any, INT: A man does not Oppress his pledge to the debtor
43. Ezekiel 18:12 HEB: עָנִ֤י וְאֶבְיוֹן֙ הוֹנָ֔ה גְּזֵל֣וֹת גָּזָ֔ל NAS: Oppresses the poor and needy, KJV: Hath Oppressed the poor and needy, INT: the poor and needy
44. Oppress (v.) late 14c., Oppressen, "to press unduly upon or against, overburden, weigh down," also figuratively, "overwhelm overpower" (of sickness, grief, etc.); also "burden with cruel, unjust, or unreasonable restraints, treat with injustice or undue severity, keep down by an unjust exercise of power," from Old French opresser "Oppress, afflict; torment, smother" (13c.), from Medieval Latin
45. Oppress is a Spirit-type Ranged Move introduced in Loomian Legacy - Veils of Shadow
46. 1 Effect 2 Description 3 Availability 3.1 By leveling up 4 History The user Oppresses the opponent
47. Oppress synonyms, Oppress pronunciation, Oppress translation, English dictionary definition of Oppress
48. To keep down by severe and unjust use of force or authority: a people who were Oppressed by tyranny
49. The same need which, throughout history, has driven men to try to conquer and subjugate other groups or nations, and to Oppress other classes or groups in their own society, drives them to
50. Find 74 ways to say Oppress, along with antonyms, related words, and example sentences at Thesaurus.com, the world's most trusted free thesaurus.
51. To Oppress means to keep (someone) down by unjust force or authority
52. Definition and synonyms of Oppress from the online English dictionary from Macmillan Education.
53. This is the British English definition of Oppress.View American English definition of Oppress.
54. Representatives of autocratic theocracies that finance terror, Oppress women and consider homosexuality a capital crime are welcomed at many campuses
55. He uses stealthy means to savagely Oppress the common people.: Hamas claims to be fighting for freedom while invoking laws that Oppress women and religious minorities.: They condemned attempts by the government to Oppress its citizens.
56. Oppress - WordReference English dictionary, questions, discussion and forums
57. Synonyms for Oppress in Free Thesaurus
58. 50 synonyms for Oppress: subjugate, abuse, suppress, wrong, master, overcome, crush, overwhelm, put down
59. KJV Dictionary Definition: Oppress Oppress
60. To load or burden with unreasonable impositions; to treat with unjust severity, rigor or hardship; as, to Oppress a nation with taxes or contributions; to Oppress one by compelling him to perform unreasonable service.
61. 1 Oppress, wrong (often by extortion, "" גָּזַל), with accusative of person 1 Samuel 12:3,4; Micah 2:2; Leviticus 5:21; Leviticus 19:13; especially the poor and helpless Amos 4:1; Deuteronomy 24:14; Jeremiah 7:6; Ezekiel 22:29; Zechariah 7:10; Proverbs 14:31; Proverbs 22:16; Proverbs 28:3; Ecclesiastes 4:1; also with accusative of
62. Individuals who gain this awareness do so out of an acute appreciation of their own location and the locations of others in social structural arrangements that privilege some and Oppress others (Goodman, 2001; Weber, 2009).
63. ALIENS » Oppressed (Ezekiel 22:29) CREDITOR » OppressIONS OF (2 Kings 4:1; Nehemiah 5:1-13; Job 20:18-20;22:6;24:3,9; P) EGYPTIANS » Oppress the Israelites EMPLOYEE » OppressIONS OF (Proverbs 22:16; Malachi 3:5; Luke 15:15,16; James 5:4) HIRELING » Not to be Oppressed (Malachi 3:5) POOR » OppressIONS OF (Nehemiah 5:1-13; Job 20:19-21;22:6