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Example Sentences for "deplete"

The continued depletion of our ozone may cause terrible destruction to our planetIf we continue to deplete our natural resources, our children will pay the price.

The continued depletion of our ozone may cause terrible destruction to our planet.

Many native plants have been seriously depleted by the introduction of exotic plants which are taking over.

The depletion of the world's fresh water supplies will reach a crisis over the next few years.

The soldiers had depleted their ammunition, and were badly in need of supplies.

We need to find an alternative fuel source before all our oil reserves are depleted.

The oxygen in the diver's tanks was depleted, and he quickly drowned.

The soldiers' ammunition was completely depleted, so they were obliged to surrender.

The city's reservoir is quite depleted this summer because it was such a dry spring.

The continued downturn in the economy is depleting the country's financial reserves.

The first half of the 20th century saw the United Kingdom's strength seriously depleted in two World Wars.

Buying new equipment has seriously depleted our reserves.

This land has been farmed for too long, so the soil is depleted, and nothing will grow.

According to recent studies, whales and dolphins are not depleting the world's fish stocks despite the sea mammals' enormous appetites.

Denis Waitley once noted that time and health are two precious assets that we don't recognize and appreciate until they have been depleted.

Discussion question: What must be done to stop the depletion of our natural resources?


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