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emasculate

 [e-mas´ku-lāt]
to castrate a male.
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seen as] an emasculating, dictatorial force" (10 October, 1986).
The only mention of castration we found in the news that could be seen as positive was reported within fashion, and this was perhaps closer to an androgynous, rather than emasculating language: "neutered chic" and "sexless prettiness" (3 November, 1987).
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Ultimately, the dream confirms that emasculating black women compel black men to seek out sympathetic partners in white women.
In "An Emasculating Truth," Neistat and Boyson show it's not too late to reclaim and redefine manhood.
That's what Casey Neistat and Oscar Boyson sought to uncover in their film "An Emasculating Truth.
Dr Oetker opts for safety first and hands the hapless fellow an emasculating defeat.
REDDITCH commercial property agent John Truslove has hit out at the Government for emasculating enterprise zones before they have even been set up.
Moreover, he notes, other classes of emasculating chemicals, such as those that block male sex hormones, may masquerade as estrogens (SN: 7/2/94, p.
Despite the fact that Anthony Palazzolo has been denied the ability to develop his property in this three-decade-long dispute, Rhode Island courts have held that no taking requiring compensation has taken place, continuing the national trend toward emasculating the Fifth Amendment's protection against government abuses of owners' property rights.
In fact, some severely affected animal populations - principally birds, fish, and alligators -- have already begun to exhibit the emasculating effects of these pollutants (SN: 1/8/94, p.
Who can possibly win battles and subdue Milosevic under the emasculating restrictions of today?