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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.

    Parasite Rex

  • 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.

    Anomalies and Curiosities of Medicine

  • 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: Top headlines

  • "You mean that castrators in England don't signal their coming with a blast on the whistle?

    Sharpe's Battle


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