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  • adj. Not castrated; possessing testicles.
  • adj. Not weakened, censored, or the like.

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  • adj. not castrated

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Examples

  • A 2004 study of German subjects submitted to Sexual Abuse: Journal of Treatment and Recovery, revealed that only 3% of sexual criminals relapsed into their old ways post-operation, compared to 46% of their uncastrated counterparts.

    Castration: Justice, or Nazi Revival? « Gender Across Borders

  • When we say that, we're comparing him to a stallion, or uncastrated horse--there's usually only one on a farm, right?

    Ferule & Fescue

  • But the learned and versatile author bound himself to issue only five hundred copies, and “not to reproduce the work in its complete and uncastrated form.”

    The Book of The Thousand Nights And A Night

  • Before parting we agreed to “collaborate” and produce a full, complete, unvarnished, uncastrated copy of the great original, my friend taking the prose and I the metrical part; and we corresponded upon the subject for years.

    The Book of The Thousand Nights And A Night

  • The modern preference for lean meat has led some producers to raise uncastrated animals, or to replace certain hormones in castrates.

    On Food and Cooking, The Science and Lore of the Kitchen

  • “We agreed,” says Burton, “to collaborate and produce a full, complete, unvarnished, uncastrated, copy of the great original, my friend taking the prose and I the metrical part; and we corresponded upon the subject for years.”

    The Life of Sir Richard Burton

  • Sexually mature, uncastrated male cattle or water buffalo.

    Chapter 13

  • In the Mhow area of India, where it is common practice to feed goats on the leaves of trees gathered in the forest, an experiment was conducted with uncastrated male goats aged about 14 months and weighing some 25 kg.

    Chapter 6

  • Additionally, it developed a placid, stolid disposition, which made the animal much easier to handle and easier to put to work than the uncastrated male would be.

    The Human Brain

  • BULL, (1) The male of animals belonging to the section _Bovina_ of the family _Bovidae_ (_q. v._), particularly the uncastrated male of the domestic ox (_Bos taurus_).

    Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 4, Part 4 "Bulgaria" to "Calgary"

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