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- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of unsex.
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If it unsexes 'em to bat, it unsexes 'em to scout.
Does Mr Boas, perchance, partake this implied opinion, that authorship unsexes; and is it therefore that he allows himself to deal out such hard measure to the
The Italian prima donna sweeps a curtsy of careless pity to the over-facile pit which unsexes her with the bravo! innocently meant to show a familiarity with foreign usage.
It sterilizes and partly unsexes them and in the end completely so.
Society can hope for nothing but evil from the man she forcibly unsexes; but if he must be kept in durance vile for the whole of his life there is little need for such an operation.
It unsexes womanhood by putting her publicly in male attire -- too often in no attire at all. "