These constant proofs of the love in which he was held was unmanning him.
The sight of them was unmanning the Barbarians; they were an embarrassment and a peril.
Such an extraordinary effect in unmanning me it had that I ran weeping silently as a child might do.
I had endured it for almost a month, and would suffer its unmanning horrors no more.
He was alone now, face to face with his fate, and free from any unmanning influence or depressing considerations.
I feel that I am becoming unmanned, and that I am unmanning you also; I ask your pardon.
It was so soothing at the same time that it was unmanning, as now he could see, making of him a child again.
Hopeless maladies, horrible surgical operations, far from unmanning him, did not even discompose him.