[ US /ˈnutɝd/ ]
[ UK /njˈuːtəd/ ]
  1. having testicles or ovaries removed
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How To Use neutered In A Sentence

  • Male cats sometimes spray urine to mark their territory; this is yet another good reason to be sure you neuter your pet (neutered males are less likely to spray).
  • He does not ignore the psychological complexities of Ellison, who was not the drab, neutered literary lion some critics made him out to be.
  • I think the word you are looking for is "castrated" not "neutered. New McCain Ad: "Celebrities Don't Have To Worry About Family Budgets"
  • The cats are vaccinated against the disease when they are neutered, but the feasibility of revaccinating them is another matter.
  • Nearly 71,000 cats and dogs were spayed or neutered over the four-year period.
  • And while the kittens have been vaccinated, spayed or neutered, dewormed, microchipped and tattooed and are ready for their new homes, none are forthcoming.
  • Packs of dogs roam the streets of South America - collarless and brazen, unabashedly unneutered.
  • We ask the public to have their dogs neutered and keep them under close supervision.
  • People abandon their pets, and these animals are not spayed or neutered.
  • It eventually lost its vitality, but not before giving rise to the New Age movement that persists today (as does the institute itself, albeit in neutered form). Cover to Cover
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