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Emasculate vs. Demasculate

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Emasculateadjective

Deprived of virility or vigor; unmanned, weak.

Demasculateverb

(transitive) To remove the masculinity from (somebody).

Emasculateverb

(transitive) To deprive of virile or procreative power; to castrate, to geld.

Emasculateverb

(transitive) To deprive of masculine vigor or spirit; to weaken; to render effeminate; to vitiate by unmanly softness.

Emasculateverb

Of a flower: to deprive of the anthers.

Emasculateverb

To deprive of virile or procreative power; to castrate power; to castrate; to geld.

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Emasculateverb

To deprive of masculine vigor or spirit; to weaken; to render effeminate; to vitiate by unmanly softness.

‘Luxury had not emasculated their minds.’;

Emasculateadjective

Deprived of virility or vigor; unmanned; weak.

Emasculateverb

deprive of strength or vigor;

‘The Senate emasculated the law’;

Emasculateverb

remove the testicles of a male animal

Emasculateadjective

having unsuitable feminine qualities

Emasculateverb

deprive (a man) of his male role or identity

‘he feels emasculated, because he cannot control his sons' behaviour’;

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Emasculateverb

castrate (a man or male animal).

Emasculateverb

remove the anthers from (a flower).

Emasculateverb

make (someone or something) weaker or less effective

‘the refusal to allow them to testify effectively emasculated the committee’;

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