Source: vocabulary for the high school student
Look at this picture please.
I have underlined a part with a red pen. I know the meanings of [deprive] and [strip] but I have some questions:
1. As far as I know the word [deprive] is not a noun. Then is it used as a verb in the red underlined part? If it's used as a verb, then it needs the preposition [of] because it's a phrasal verb. Why hasn't it been used with [of] here?
2. [deprive or strip of money] isn't written in a good grammar structure because [deprive] and [strip] should be used as a verb not a noun in this context. They look to be used as a noun. [deprive or strip of money] doesn't make sense to me although I know their meanings.
3. I have checked the definition of [strip] in the dictionaries. [to strip sth of sth] exists in the dictionaries and makes sense but [strip of money] doesn't make sense to me because I don't even know whether [strip] has been used as a noun or as a verb here.
I would be grateful if you do me a favor by clarifying the red underlined part to me.