eviscerated[ verb ih-vis-uh-reyt; adjective ih-vis-er-it, -uh-reyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF eviscerated
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR EVISCERATED
Everything had been eviscerated, torn to atoms, reduced to powder.
The whole of the surrounding country is, as it were, eviscerated.
He sat looking at the minute-hand of the eviscerated Mission clock.
It is eviscerated and swallowed as greedily as though it were a defenceless grub.
Thus in the case of a wound which is obviously septic and going to terminate in panophthalmitis the eye should be eviscerated.
He recalled the empty flapping of the eviscerated cushion, the feeling of impotence as the flames rose again.
Truth becomes palpable, a theme is eviscerated, thought is lame, science is childish.
The caterpillars are eviscerated; each by a single beetle, or by several simultaneously.
All the males, to the number of twenty, have disappeared, eviscerated and completely emptied.
If he had not succeeded in escaping the ferocious female would undoubtedly have eviscerated him.