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- n. Plural form of castrator.
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But if they should circumcise another, they shall be punished as castrators.
Effects of crustacean parasitic castrators epicaridean isopods and rhizocephalan barnacles on growth of crustacean hosts.
The effort of these castrators is always to show that the parts considered offensive are not the natural expression of the poet, that they are dictated externally.
The Skoptzies, religious castrators in Russia, are possibly the most famous of the people of this description.
Painting women's rights advocates as "women that have been neutering American men," West charged attendees to fight these apparent castrators who want to force male subservience:
"You mean that castrators in England don't signal their coming with a blast on the whistle?