Arrogating1. Demand as being one’s due or property; assert one’s right or title to

2. Make undue claims to having/ascribing proudly and presumptuously

Usurping, assuming, taking over,
Vitiate1. Corrupt morally or by intemperance or sensuality

2. Make imperfect

3. Take away the legal force of or render ineffective

1. Corrupt, debase, debauch, deprave

2. deflower, spoil, mar, Impair(Make worse or less effective: his vision was impaired)

3. void, invalidate

Stultified1. Cause to/made to  appear foolish

2. Deprive of strength or efficiency; make useless or worthless/make futile

1. ridicule, poke fun, jest at

2. cripple

Alienate1. To make indifferent or hostile: He has alienated his entire family.

2. To turn away; transfer or divert: to alienate funds from their intended purpose.

3. Law. to transfer or convey, as title, property, or other right, to another: to alienate lands.

Estrange, wean, divorce, disunite,
AggrievedInfringe on the rights of/ subjected to ill treatment/ unjustly injured/oppressedPeeved, pained, afflicted
ConfoundOverwhelm: perplex; throw into confusion;Bedevil, befuddle, fuddle, discombobulate (Cause to be confused emotionally), bewildered,

Muddled, dizzy

Blighted1.  to cause to wither or decay; blast: Frost blighted the crops.

2.  to destroy; ruin; frustrate: Illness blighted his hopes.

3. to suffer blight(as a noun a state of decay, remember from withering plants, which blight!)

Wither, ruined, misfortune, unfortunate
DenudeLay bareDenudate, bare
CountervailOppose and mitigate the effects of by contrary actionsNeutralize, nullify, undo, counteract, offset, thwart
Disdain1. Reject with contempt

2. To consider unworthy; to think unsuitable and beneath one

Abhor, detest, belittle, contemn/scorn ( Look down on with disdain), despise

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