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  • n. Plural form of emasculation.


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  • I have applauded the extinction of those d---- d emasculations of the Genteel Tradition and the intrusion into serious fiction of honest words with honest meanings and emphasis.

    Wallace Stegner on Profanity

  • That humiliation by itself is telling enough, but it follows a sequence of political emasculations that has rendered Europe all but invisible beyond its own shores.

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  • As for NPRI and the like, they always talk about not just throwing money at the problem and would prefer to advocate for vouchers and other masked emasculations of the public school system.

    Las Vegas Sun Stories: All Sun Headlines

  • I wonder if the families of future terrorist attacks will regret all the thousands of new terrorists created by primarily Bush’s indiscriminate bombings, pre-emptive invasions, torturings, impoverishments, and emasculations.


  • "As McAvoy learns to hurt, he heals a psyche wounded by the tiny emasculations of the 21st century.

    GreenCine Daily


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