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un·sex

(ŭn'seks),
To castrate; to deprive of the gonads.

unsex

(ŭn-sĕks′)
tr.v. un·sexed, un·sexing, un·sexes
1. To deprive of sexual capacity or sexual attributes.
2. To castrate.

unsex

verb
(1) To deprive of sexual characteristics or sexuality; either emasculate or defeminise.
(2) To castrate.

unsex

to deprive of the gonads.
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The sex of Wollstonecraft's mind is proven by her sexuality and not her gender--the unsexed female for antifeminist writers is "a body of mind.
Differences in crown height of cheekteeth on left and right sides of individual specimens appeared negligible, with the exception of an old, unsexed specimen, in which heavily worn dentition demonstrated noticeably greater wear on the left side.
Table 3 Average observed and predicted (von Bertalanffy) fork lengths (mm) of west coast sexed and unsexed common snook, Centropomus undecimalis, and average observed lengths of females and males.
One-day old, unsexed Cobb-500 broiler chicks (3,200) were randomly allotted to 16 pens (replicates) according to body weight, with 200 chicks per pen (4.
Individuals smaller than the smallest mature male were categorized as unsexed juveniles, including hatchlings in their first full season of growth and 1 y olds exhibiting one post-hacthing scute annulus, which were analyzed together due to small sample size of 1 y olds.
A total of 252 unsexed day-old Marshall broiler chickens were sourced and raised on ascorbic acid free diet in deep litter pens of an open-sided poultry house for 14 days.
MATERIALS AND METHODS: 100 intact unsexed adult human skulls from bone sets of MBBS, BDS, BPT students, the skeletons in Anatomy department of KIMS, Bangalore, of presumed South Indian origin.
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