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emasculate

 [e-mas´ku-lāt]
to castrate a male.
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has emasculated the war on terror in this region,' he was quoted as saying in an interview with The Wall Street Journal (WSJ), a major American financial newspaper.
The court heard he had felt "emasculated" after losing his job, and had been under stress.
The upshot, however, is the sadistic expression of sexually repressed adults in which the boys are partly emasculated as a form of discipline that would permit them entry into a society of equally partly emasculated men.
"One is a high-yielding crop," says Breidy, pointing to the emasculated head.
She may not have entirely emasculated the trade union movement but she certainly emasculated the Labour Party.
But luckily Zoe seems to be made of stern stuff, branding the bullies "chauvinistic, pig-headed blokes who feel emasculated by the fact that we are stronger than them".
Izindaba's Chris Bateman, fascinated by Pillay's unusual boldness in a climate where administrative chiefs tend to keep their heads down and leave the politicians to make excuses, reports on how he came within a hair's breadth of resigning in early June this year, functionally emasculated by politicians who contributed to the disenchantment of the Pretoria supplementary clean-up squad.
The chairman may now revert to his favoured two-tiered management system, with a director of football and an emasculated coach.
The latest Chinese dynasty, the Communist variety, has emasculated Tibet and caused untold suffering amongst its own people.
The Lib-Dems seemed destined to repeat the consequences of a previous Liberal dalliance of coalition/ national government with the Tories - a select few retain government power with the main party becoming an emasculated irrelevance.
And about being emasculated by a fish, O'Connell said there were few regrets: "I would have liked them to make it a touch larger." As he explained, "I did give up my penis for 'Piranha 3D.'"
Society's failure to recognize that castration is still common adds to the stigma of those who are emasculated for medical reasons.