- From geld + -ed. (Wiktionary)
“I heard it from two women and was pointed to a couple of web sites where posters discussed the use of "gelded" as reflecting and feeding a nasty impression of Ms Clinton as a "castrating bitch" to put it bluntly.”
“He said that Gibson had "gelded" himself by agreeing to the multiple interviews format.”
“Moreover, "gelded" youth are much more amenable to the Hell-fire and damnation sermons of Evangelical preachers, with their otherworldly cult of pain and suffering.”
“January 29th, 2009 at 12: 58 am isn't it 'gelded'?”
“Ferrari, for example, no longer builds its cars by hand, and the cars are vastly better for it, even if the mythology of the Prancing Horse gets gelded a bit.”
“The Baby Boomer generation could thus be gelded a bit.”
“We will also be told how the economy of Scotland, and Glasgow in particular, has been gelded by the existence of such a large public sector and its "index-linked" pensions, as if no one is entitled to such a thing these days.”
“At the peak of Italian opera's popularity in the 18th century, as many at 4,000 boys -- mostly from poor families -- were gelded each year and put in music conservatories for an arduous course of study.”
“Nat Messer, the former chairman of a federal wild-horse advisory panel, said he fears that tinkering with natural selection by picking certain stallions to be gelded could harm herd genetics and weaken the horses' ability to survive in the wild.”
“To defend that idea that a human being like Barack Obama is merely a farm animal — to be gelded and beaten into submission.”
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