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un·sex

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

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

verb
(1) To deprive of sexual characteristics or sexuality; either emasculate or defeminise.
(2) To castrate.
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Samples displacing <0.1 mL in total volume were withheld from further analyses, except in the case of samples from unsexed juveniles, which were retained for analyses regardless of total volume.
Present Study: In 100 intact unsexed adult human skulls of presumed South Indian population in the department of Anatomy, Kempegowda Institute of Medical Sciences, Bangalore, India.
The estimated age of the clams ranged from 2-27 y, with the oldest individual being an unsexed animal with a total length of 112 mm.
Ninety unsexed broiler chickens were brooded together for 3 weeks on deep litter in an open-sided brooding house.
Although Lady MacBeth's "unsexing" is normatively opposite of what 1 seek here, CEDAW must also be "unsexed" to realize its potency.
Six hundred one day-old ROSS-308 unsexed chicks obtained from a commercial hatchery were reared with commercial feed starter from day 1 to 20.
Juveniles were caught in August (63 males, 85 females and nine unsexed) when still in family groups and were aged 8-10 weeks old.
Hence, Barrett tells us that we see Sand's "woman-heart beat evermore" in the present tense-a heart that EBB commands to beat "purer" and "higher" even before it is unsexed "on the heavenly shore." Worshipping Sand and identifying with her, even endeavoring to take Sand's place in "A Desire" by replacing "Thou" with "I," EBB wishes to achieve this same fate through her own writing: to leap into the water, plunging into the next world.
Neither males and females nor ripe and unripe (and therefore unsexed) urchins differed significantly in size (P > 0.05, ANOVA).
Yet Pulham finds even greater psychoanalytical quarry here, for "to speak was to be unsexed, and the language in which one spoke remained indubitably male" (4).
Geldings soon made an impression under the new arrangement and though Royal Gait was scandalously disqualified after his runaway 'victory' in 1988, Arcadian Heights scored for the unsexed brigade in 1994, Celeric followed suit in 1997, and Royal Rebel won twice, in 2001 and 2002.