unsex

[ UK /ʌnsˈɛks/ ]
VERB
  1. make infertile
    in some countries, people with genetically transmissible disabilites are sterilized
  2. remove the qualities typical of one's sex
    She unsexed herself
  3. deprive of sex or sexual powers
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How To Use unsex In A Sentence

  • She put out a book of photos called ‘Sex’ that was one of the most unsexy things I'd ever seen.
  • I'm not sure what happened, but a combination of terribly unsexy events brought the site to a stand still.
  • We did not include unsexed adults and did not measure skull length of subadult individuals with unfused cranial sutures.
  • His own mode of transport is an unsexy necessity, he says, pointing out a white van parked on the road - it carries all their props and sets.
  • Indecision is the most unsexy thing on the planet. I dont know if I'm sexy but I think decisiveness is sexy. I also lose trust and faith in them when I realise I'm a bit on my own and thats a very disheartening feeling. Drew Barrymore 
  • The artist-rights movement ‘is an unglamorous, unfun, unsexy part of this business that the public won't find fascinating,’ Kramer adds.
  • Indecision is the most unsexy thing on the planet. I dont know if I'm sexy but I think decisiveness is sexy. I also lose trust and faith in them when I realise I'm a bit on my own and thats a very disheartening feeling. Drew Barrymore 
  • We did not include unsexed adults and did not measure skull length of subadult individuals with unfused cranial sutures.
  • I'm definitely not saying that women should be unsexy or unsexual, or wear parkas all the time and hide their bodies.
  • And if it be either of these, shall we say that education has unsphered and unsexed her? History of Woman Suffrage, Volume II
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