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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of neuter.
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- adj. Deprived of sexual capacity or sexual attributes.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. having testicles or ovaries removed
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It eventually lost its vitality, but not before giving rise to the New Age movement that persists today (as does the institute itself, albeit in neutered form).
In the end, I believe that neutral stance will be judged more like 'neutered' - time will tell.
Progressive leaders like Rep. Anthony Weiner are now calling the neutered public option in the House bill a "once in a lifetime reform," despite the fact that it has eliminated the very provision that the Progressive Caucus promised was essential in order to get its vote.
Please call your neutered senator NOW to ask them to vote FOR the bill.
She says some male Mexicans are highly offended when she calls her neutered dog Hombre so she has changed its name to 'Bre so he will recognize his name but it will not be Hombre.
Frankie had not been neutered, which is a primary reason why male dogs run away, said Joan Roberts, owner of Pierre Le Bark's Pet Boutique, which is inside the animal hospital owned by her husband, veterinarian Humphrey Roberts.
Progressive leaders are calling the neutered public option in the House bill a "once in a lifetime reform," despite the fact that it has eliminated the very provision they promised was essential.
The public can help by getting their pets spayed and neutered, which is the key to stopping pet overpopulation and ending unnecessary euthanizations at the shelters.
I'm afraid that we Americans -- in matters of art and culture -- have become so sensitive, so wimpy, that we are in danger of ending up with art in the public arena that avoids controversy at all costs, and the name for such 'neutered' art is irrelevant art, or, simply, bad art.
If you had said "neutered" I might have agreed with you.