emasculated

[ UK /ɪmˈæskjʊlˌe‍ɪtɪd/ ]
[ US /əˈmæskjuˌɫeɪtɪd/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. (of a male animal) having the testicles removed
    a cut horse
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How To Use emasculated In A Sentence

  • Some have argued that the upshot of this is the emasculated man, unable to assert himself in his relationship, and also of the frazzled, controlling matriarch, who feels under pressure and under-appreciated.
  • Is it because he feels emasculated by the sweet pink colour of his collar?
  • ‘I felt angry, cuckolded, emasculated,’ he said.
  • Some men feel emasculated if they work for a woman.
  • Sandler plays his usual emasculated man-boy, this time as an unassertive executive assistant named Dave Buznik.
  • For a while, it looks like the perfect match, until he becomes emasculated by her drive.
  • Because they had no recognized authority over their children, and could not control access to the bodies and labor of their wives, slave men were emasculated.
  • The fruits produced by these partially emasculated flowers were single follicles and contained relatively few seeds.
  • Years of psychological terrorisation have rendered them utterly incapable of deceit, and they gradually spend their existence in isolation, in garden sheds, fishing boats or in the company of other emasculated men.
  • If the woman makes more money, has a better position, and is better educated, he will feel emasculated.
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