emasculation

[ verb ih-mas-kyuh-leyt; adjective ih-mas-kyuh-lit, -leyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF emasculation

Synonyms for emasculation

MOST RELEVANT
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR EMASCULATION

They are lost or never gained by the males after emasculation.

They talk of the emasculation of the staff as a future danger.

Emasculation was a necessary first condition of service in her worship.

The time required after covering depends, of course, on the age of the bud when emasculation takes place.

The first task in crossing grapes is to remove the anthers before the flower opens, a process known as emasculation.

Mr. Ward consented to this emasculation and his resolution was then carried.

It was not as barbarous an operation as emasculation on the male, as it only temporarily interfered with his functions.

For the earliest records in regard to emasculation we must go back to mythological relations.

Emasculation is, according hereto, an act hallowed by God, and the renunciation of love and marriage a good deed.

Semiramis is accused of having been the first to order the emasculation of a troupe of her boy slaves.