Definitions

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  • adj. Causing (the effects of) castration

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Examples

  • They jokingly attributed the Army with "castrative intentions," sometimes commenting, "They might as well cut the damn thing off as soon as you get into the Army, and be done with it."

    Miss Yourlovin: GIs, Gender, and Domesticity during World War II

  • All I'm really saying is I don't want to help elect for President someone, male or female, who in my opinion should be fully committed to rearing the children they chose to bring into the world, an opinion vaguely expressed by Obama himself which caused Jesse Jackson to go all castrative on him.

    3 questions about Sarah Palin the Obama supporter should not want to ask.

  • On the other hand the first straws testing the winds of Ar, cast in the streets, in the baths, in the taverns and markets, had been blown back with such fierceness that these castrative proposals had been almost immediately withdrawn.

    Magicians of Gor

  • ricpic, All I'm really saying is I don't want to help elect for President someone, male or female, who in my opinion should be fully committed to rearing the children they chose to bring into the world, an opinion vaguely expressed by Obama himself which caused Jesse Jackson to go all castrative on him.

    3 questions about Sarah Palin the Obama supporter should not want to ask.

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