Definition of deprogram
: to dissuade or try to dissuade from strongly held convictions (as religious beliefs) or a firmly established or innate behavior <the necessity of countering propaganda and deprogramming the indoctrinated — Toni Cade Bambara>
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Rhymes with deprogram
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Medical Definition of deprogram
de·pro·grammed also de·pro·gramedde·pro·gramming also de·pro·graming
: to dissuade or try to dissuade from strongly held convictions (as of a religious nature) or a firmly established or innate behavior pattern <the necessity of countering propaganda and deprogramming the indoctrinated—Toni Cade Bambara>
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