Definitions

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  • adjective informal Circumcised.
  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of circ.

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Examples

  • PS My European born hubby is not circed and judging from my very, very personal experience, it is much better.

    The First Cut | Her Bad Mother

  • We have 2 boys, the eldest is circed, the youngest is not ..

    The First Cut | Her Bad Mother

  • My oldest, a son, was circed at 2 days old and to my knowledge suffered no ill effects.

    The First Cut | Her Bad Mother

  • Lastly, as someone with both circed and uncirced sons, I can't say I feel one way is better, or that someone who circumcises is a bad parent.

    The First Cut

  • My oldest, a son, was circed at 2 days old and to my knowledge suffered no ill effects.

    The First Cut

  • PS My European born hubby is not circed and judging from my very, very personal experience, it is much better.

    The First Cut

  • We have 2 boys, the eldest is circed, the youngest is not..

    The First Cut

  • Cleaning an uncircumcised baby is actually easier than cleaning a circumcised baby and you just wipe it off there's a lot of vasoline and gauze with circed babies for a few weeks.

    The First Cut

  • I still don't think that the evidence is massively overwhelming enough to make me wish that I had circed my sons.

    Neonatal Circumcision (Controversy? Who, Moi?)

  • Cleaning an uncircumcised baby is actually easier than cleaning a circumcised baby and you just wipe it off (there’s a lot of vasoline and gauze with circed babies for a few weeks).

    The First Cut | Her Bad Mother

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