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Synonyms for castrate

to render incapable of reproducing sexually

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a man who has been castrated and is incapable of reproduction

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deprive of strength or vigor

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edit by omitting or modifying parts considered indelicate

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Freud comes close to acknowledging the figure of woman as castrator in "The Taboo of Virginity.
Although the cat acts as sexual rival, the prohibitive function of the father as potential castrator in the Oedipal scenario is here conducted by the family as representatives of the Law.
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Just remember: those howling to spend your tax money on abstinence education while preaching the evils of same-sex relations are the spiritual descendants of the castrators, the marriage-haters, and the original sin fabricators of the "good old days" of Godly rule.
In small ruminants, males are castrated by traditional method by using knife while, veterinary hospitals' staff uses castrators for this purpose.
51234 13426 LEILLELLIE 51234 13462 SPANOPNOEA (w2) 51234 13642 CASTRATORS 51234 16342 PAGINATING 51234 61342 MASTERATES
The Rosicrucians, the Tongs of Terror, the Cult of the Black Mother, The Secret Rites of Mitra, and the Castrators of Russia are cases in point (Daural, 1961/1989).
Perhaps this explains why the author identifies religious dissidence with the skoptsy castrators and khlysty (flagellants), who had little to do with the changing religious attitudes of the majority of the population (p.
She provides a sweeping review of the image of black women as castrators and white women as saviors of black men in Wright's published canon to 1982, giving credit to Wright's "deft and moving renderings of a black woman's experience" in "Bright and Morning Star.
She also gives the lie to the myth of women as castrators, entrappers, and betrayers.
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