Use "descriptive words" a lot? You can jump
right to this page by putting a "!" at the end of your search

Things bereft often describes (“bereft ________”)
mother, family, father, woman, widow, parents, husband, children, child, families, mothers, man, wife, lover, condition, women, state, unwept, feeling, people, person, ones, heart, parent, men, expression, relatives, girl, son, mourner, parlor, daughter, owner, appearance, soul, world, individual, recompense, look, friend, home, restaurateur, spouse, widows, widower, neighbors, patriotism, community, household, survivors, siblings, souls, congregation, motherhood, wives, lady, landlord, owners, pair, ladies, eyes, sore, animal, nurse, millions, age, lovers, dog, voice, consort, disciples, cousins, survivor, spirit, king, partner, sisters, nancy, hearts, orphans, sister, church, master, flock, friends, zeb, sensation, hollanders, searchers, nation, hens, moment

Descriptive words:
more, much, long, singularly, little, most, left, early, future, individual, easeful, right, light, less, sore, self, alike, modern, fawn, nigh, american, dappled, present, plumb, longer, pure, poor, untimely, simple, clear, kindred, french, bare, dead, day, desolate, wellnigh, clean, barren, past, sweet, empty, dry, holy, ill, today, royal, alcoholic, sudden, female, exploited, secular, diabolic, man, ghost, physician, being, plain, swift

Commonly used words are shown in bold. Rare words are dimmed.
Click on a word above to view its definition.

Organize by: [Relation] Letters Show rare words: [Yes] No Show phrases:   [Yes] No

See bereft used in context: 63 rhymes, 18 Shakespeare works several books and articles.

Help  Advanced  Feedback  Android  iPhone/iPad  API  Blog  Privacy

Copyright © 2021 Datamuse