Hurst sought to get the castration bill passed during the last legislative session but failed.
Then, Quast brings up Joni Ernst, and takes out a knife to, I guess, remind voters about her castration skills.
Robert Chesal on how Joep Dohmen uncovered the Dutch castration scandal.
castration in the male is performed for several different purposes.
In Hyderabad, castration used to be performed at about the age of sixteen.
The third method, that of experiment, is available to us only in the form of castration.
It must render intelligible the effects of castration on animals.
In America Everett Flood finds that epileptics and feeble-minded boys are mentally and morally benefited by castration.
Sterilization, therefore, should not be loaded with the objections which apply to the far-reaching effects of castration.
What, then, do they say is signified by the castrated Atys himself, and whatever remained to him after his castration?
early 15c., castracioun, from Latin castrationem (nominative castratio), noun of action from past participle stem of castrare "to castrate, emasculate," supposedly from a noun *castrum "knife, instrument that cuts," from PIE root *kes- "to cut" (see caste). Freud's castration complex is attested from 1914 in English (translating German Kastrationsangst).
castration cas·tra·tion (kā-strā'shən)
Removal of the testicles or ovaries; sterilization.
A psychological disorder that is manifested in the female as the fantasized loss of the penis or in the male as fear of its actual loss.
castrate cas·trate (kās'trāt')
v. cas·trat·ed, cas·trat·ing, cas·trates
To remove the testicles of a male; emasculate.
To remove the ovaries of a female; spay.