Definitions

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  • n. One who castrates (gelds or neuters).

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. Same as castrater. Southey.

Etymologies

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castrate +‎ -or

Examples

  • Selivanov misread it as Oskopitel 'which means "castrator", a difference obvious even to the non-theologian.

    Mac Uaid

  • I think the etch and sketch thing is named the "Tyra-strator" so it would go a long with the whole Laura being a cow castrator thing ...

    Mehovers

  • Chronologically, the original castrator is the mother, and as a consequence female stammerers, as part of the Oedipus situation, hate their mothers.

    Knotted Tongues

  • 'Whilst attending a patient on a farm on September 5 last my attention was called to a cart-horse, five years of age, that had been castrated in the standing position by a travelling castrator about ten days previously.

    Diseases of the Horse's Foot

  • Tatăl meu Rusía închide tot acest complex faţă de tatăl castrator care a fost tatăl meu biografic, care a fost România comunistă, Rusia comunistă, dar închide şi celălalt complex, mai mare, religios, al relaţiei dintre tată şi fiu, care

    WN.com - Articles related to Internet social networking is challenging our notion of privacy

  • This is the classic story of the gallery both as midwife, helping the artist give birth to a work, and as its castrator.

    The Guardian World News

  • Orfeo was originally written for a male castrator but in modern times has been sung mostly by mezzos.

    Durangoherald.com

  • Predicting the determined self-castrator: study looking at psychological attributes that predict which castration enthusiasts who will actually go on to remove their own testicles, in contrast to those who just fantasise about it.

    Mind Hacks

  • And I do not know of too many women who would take great pleasure in such an identification, as either a masochist or castrator.

    Pretty/Scary

  • In Barbara Creed's feminist psychoanalytical account of the horror film, this mothering body takes the form of the "The Monstrous Feminine": the female as castrated male becomes the female as castrator, period.

    Pretty/Scary

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