- v. Simple past tense and past participle of eviscerate.
“Hubbard got a gold star from NASA Watch for his defense of his workforce as Mike Griffin eviscerated it.”
“If some people are going to call their eviscerated health-care reform socialism, what are they going to say about public-sector jobs?”
“Four more revolutions and the sword eviscerated an herb pot, beheaded a chair, bisected a hanging tapestry, and embedded itself firmly in a doorframe.”
“Racial Discrimination in the Workplace: In dissent, Alito argued for imposing an evidentiary burden on victims of employment discrimination that, according to the majority, would have "eviscerated" legal protections under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act. In particular, the majority said that Alito's position would protect employers from suit even in situations where the employer's belief that it had selected the "best" candidate "was the result of conscious racial bias.”
“At one point, he kind of eviscerated the idea of the need for a shared critical discourse on books of import, which was awesome.”
“Justice Samuel Alito does not appear to have weighed in on the question of how much protection the Constitution gives women against gender discrimination, but as a lower court judge, he penned a dissent which would have "eviscerated" the law banning race and gender discrimination in the workplace.”
“But the resolution only truly comes, I think, with the concrete image in the following paragraph, of Glen's own car "eviscerated":”
“This tactic worked well with the judge, who in his verdict, said he acquitted the detectives largely on what he found to be the "eviscerated" credibility of the eyewitnesses, citing their prior convictions as part of that determination.”
“As the Networks argue, this and other realities have "eviscerated" the notion that broadcast content is, as it was termed in Pacifica, "uniquely pervasive" and "uniquely accessible to children.”
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