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deprived (adjective)

[more deprived; most deprived] : not having the things that are needed for a good or healthy life
▪ emotionally deprived children ▪ The diet allows you to eat small amounts of your favorite foods, so you won’t feel deprived. ▪ people who are sleep-deprived [=people who do not get enough sleep]
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su·perb    (adjective)
: extremely good : excellent or brilliant in a very noticeable way
▪ a superb example ▪ wines of superb quality ▪ They’ve done a superb job. ▪ The performance was absolutely superb.
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gi·gan·tic  (adjective)
[more gigantic; most gigantic] : extremely large
▪ Gigantic [=huge, monstrous] waves were crashing on the beach. ▪ a gigantic [=immense, enormous] corporation ▪ He made a gigantic [=huge] mistake when he quit his job.

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