Definitions

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  • adj. Resembling a eunuch.

Etymologies

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From eunuch +‎ -oid.

Examples

  • (the monk of melodrama always has a bass voice), while excessive or precocious sexual indulgence tends to be associated with the same kind of puerile voice as is found in those persons in whom pubertal development has not been carried very far, or who are of what Griffiths terms eunuchoid type.

    Studies in the Psychology of Sex, Volume 5 Erotic Symbolism; The Mechanism of Detumescence; The Psychic State in Pregnancy

  • Not giant refrigerators, transistorised and riveted hulks; bloated with imperialism, pillage, arrogance and eunuchoid science.

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  • His manner was courteously masculine with no trace of the eunuchoid or effeminate; but in our hundreds of private hours together, Mac never hinted at a sexual propensity of his own, in any direction.

    CLEAR PICTURES

  • On a cool spring day in 535 I went with Metaxas to the Great Palace, where he sought and found a plump, eunuchoid individual named Anastasius and had a long, animated discussion with him.

    Up The Line

  • "But judicious," Natalenko squeaked, in the high eunuchoid voice that came so incongruously from his bulk.

    Lone Star Planet

  • Unlike the Republican eunuchoid whiggers overheard whining about how "Obama is going to take away our guns," it is not as if we will ever let such a thing come to pass.

    Yes To Democracy

  • I read about Kleinfelter’s Syndrome, where an extra X chromosome renders a person tall, eunuchoid, and temperamentally unpleasant.

    Middlesex

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