verb (used with object), e·mas·cu·lat·ed, e·mas·cu·lat·ing.
Origin of emasculate
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Contemporary Examples of emasculate
But executives have a lot to do with the larger agenda to emasculate and colonize.CeeLo and Goodie Mob on Their Comeback, Kanye West’s ‘Emotional Problems,’ More
August 13, 2013
And it seemed like Nic was trying to emasculate and castrate this supposedly clichéd action hero.Ryan Gosling and Nicolas Winding Refn on Sex, Violence & More
July 17, 2013
Historical Examples of emasculate
The prayer-habit tends to emasculate the moral strength of its devotees.The Real Jesus of the Four Gospels
J. B. Atwater
This is an invitation to all who can to emasculate themselves.Is the Morality of Jesus Sound?
M. M. Mangasarian
He says what good are homes if they emasculate spirited men.The Crow's Nest
Clarence Day, Jr.
But, it is said, that the fine arts soften and emasculate the mind.
He begins to see Bertha as she is: her unscrupulousness in money matters, her ceaseless effort to emasculate him.The Social Significance of the Modern Drama