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  • v  deprive of strength or vigor
    The Senate emasculated the law
  • v  remove the testicles of a male animal
  • s  (of a male animal) having the testicles removed

  • Foreign policy is now coordinated not by the emasculated National Security Council but by interagency groups chaired by the State Department.
  • As a punitive response, it evokes images of both Nazi Germany and pre-Civil War America, where male slaves were emasculated if they were even suspected of sexual intimacy with a .
  • That's a tonic to Japan's trapped and emasculated male populace.

  • Gen James L Jones in NewsBusters (blog)
    In State of Denial, Bob Woodward claims Marine Gen. James L. Jones, the US commander for Europe, said that the Iraq war is a "debacle" and that "the Joint Chiefs have been systematically emasculated by Rumsfeld."
  • Byron Dorgan in Washington Post
    The provinces, thus emasculated, become fair game for those in the ANC arguing for their outright abolition. If the PAMB becomes law, it will make city managers and their staff beholden to ANC national ministers and bureaucrats in Pretoria, rather... Helen Zille http://www.google.com/url?q=http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Helen_Zille&source=dictionary&usg=AFQjCNE28NqLmWpoJhgx3OwJn9CWkZcN5w Independent Online http://www.google.com/url?q=http://www.iol.co.za/index.php%3Fset_id%3D1%26click_id%3D6%26art_id%3Dnw20070615130045613C811949&source=dictionary&usg=AFQjCNG3ckpmBlvHYZxWlg_10LVqWim9xQ Jun 15, 2007 32393 41797 emasculated More concentration means less competition," Dorgan said. "The public-interest standards have been nearly completely emasculated."

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