Definition of 'emasculate'
Example sentences containing 'emasculate'
Nor could working beside his high-powered wife in the family business have failed to emasculate him.OUT OF THE ASHES (2003)
That was one aspect of the Tories that he envied: their ability to close ranks and emasculate their own malcontents.THE ENDLESS GAME (2003)
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