Though their caution may prove eventually unnecessary, it was kindly meant; and of this you may be assured, that every advantage of affluence will be doubled by the little privations and restrictions that may have been imposed.
They sat without a fire; but that was a privation familiar even to Fanny, and she suffered the less because reminded by it of the East room.
Their general fare bore a very different character; and could he have suspected how many privations, besides that of exercise, she endured in her father’s house, he would have wondered that her looks were not much more affected than he found them.
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The blockade is causing widespread privation.
She grew up in a world of stillbirths and privation.