emasculate : Definition, Usages, News and More

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uh mask yooh lit

  • v  deprive of strength or vigor
    The Senate emasculated the law
  • v  remove the testicles of a male animal
  • s  having unsuitable feminine qualities

  • This divide threatens to emasculate a United Nations that failed to channel a diplomatic settlement or brand the war as legitimate.
  • Putin has worked hard to emasculate the Duma, press and opposition, but in a sense this makes him more vulnerable because his system is so rigid that only something like the Rose .
  • English translations, however, accompany the more salacious jocosities, and these invariably emasculate whatever finesse there may have been in the original.
News & Articles

  • Ryan Gosling Emasculated Himself In Only God Forgives
    Ryan Gosling’s latest, Only God Forgives, is a disturbing crime thriller featuring an abusive relationship between a mother, played by Kristin Scott Thomas, and her crime boss son Julian, played by Ryan Gosling. But a lot of the nasty thrown Gosling’s way by Thomas wasn’t in the original script. Gosling himself wrote many of the... Read more » Ryan Gosling Emasculated Himself In Only God ...
    July 25, 2013 - The Inquisitr

  • Jim Norton in Atlantic City Weekly
    There's some really great people in terrestrial [radio], but it's just not fun any more,says Norton. "It's not a fun medium anymore, because they emasculate you on things that have nothing to do with the FCC, but are special interest group...
  • John McCain in Seattle Post Intelligencer
    Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., said it would "emasculate this surge."
  • Michelle Obama in Newsday
    Well, I can do that,Michelle Obama says in an interview for the September issue of Essence magazine. "It would not emasculate me." "Because I am who I am."

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