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1. To <a href="/dictionary/leave">leave</A> destitute; to forsake; to <a href="/dictionary/abandon">abandon</A>. "To forsake or destitute a <a href="/dictionary/plantation">plantation</A>." (<a href="/dictionary/bacon">Bacon</A>)

2. To <a href="/dictionary/make">make</A> destitute; to <a href="/dictionary/cause">cause</A> to be in <a href="/dictionary/want">want</A>; to deprive; followed by of. "Destituted of all <a href="/dictionary/honor">honor</A> and livings." (Holinshed) <P> 3. To disappoint. "When his <a href="/dictionary/expectation">expectation</A> is destituted." (Fotherby)