emasculate


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weaken

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deprive of strength or vigor

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having unsuitable feminine qualities

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While men could emasculate ("emasculating tyranny of the studio boss," 20 July, 1988), descriptions of the "female castrator" were far more prevalent: "the frigid, castrating, ball-breaking female partner" (20 November, 1999); the "frigid, castrating WASP matron" (20 December, 1986); and "feminism in the late seventies .
The EU continues to sneak through, by the back door, increasing numbers of measures that will emasculate and eventually destroy the roles and functions of the government of the UK.
Having seemingly made up for their fight over Richard's attempts to emasculate Michael, they blew up again when the camp Canadian mocked Michael's claims he was psychic.
In most cases, he cited his "commander in chief" designation as the source of the power to nullify or emasculate congressional action.
To give just two examples; the European Community is widely perceived to be a plot to emasculate Britain, devised by sinister foreigners in a dingy bistro in Strasbourg; while the recent enlargement of the Community portends hundreds of thousands of Slovakian gypsies flooding the UK overnight.
In the end, Ursa does not follow the example of the woman on the plantation and emasculate Mutt, nor does she emulate her Great Gram and bite Mutt's penis enough to break the skin.
The costumes (particularly those which, in association with disastrous makeup, contrive to emasculate the men) are as cheerfully tasteless, if not as cheerily revealing, as those for the Folies Bergeres spectacles of yesteryear.
In a statement he expressed the pledge to expedite political struggle of BRP as the recently announced package is designed to emasculate the freedom movement.
While Mr Pipe has played the system (the exclusion of The Persuader) and done nothing illegal, he has, unwittingly, fuelled the crusade of the RSPCA in their relentless quest to emasculate the sport.
By contrast, Yasser Arafat, under virtual house arrest by Israel, is nominally the head of a cash-starved administration, which Israel tries to emasculate.
She claims that modern women emasculate men by trying to control them too much.
Mir Abdul Wadood Raisani said that the incumbent rulers have been trying their utmost to emasculate the Baloch National Movement by chanting the slogans of granting Balochistan package which, according to him will be meaningless until, the ongoing operation is halted, missing people are recovered and Balochs are empowered economically and politically.
Friends suggest that I subscribe to Sky but I would rather emasculate myself than put money into the Murdoch coffers.