But this is boasting, and what is worse, it unmans me—let us return to my departure from Rochelle.
It unmans me and breaks me down to see you in this attitude.
Indeed, I cannot write of it now as I would; it unmans me so!
He again ascribes many of these characteristics to "that warmth of their climate which unnerves and unmans both body and mind."
You see how this unmans me—can you not understand how great must be the danger from which I wish to save you?
As for me, it unmans me completely, and I quietly weep in a remote corner of the room until the carriage comes to take me home.
But let us not tarry too long in the treacherous atmosphere of this Capua—it bewitches and unmans.
Never—never shall I forget that day: the remembrance even now unmans me.