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Eviscerate   Listen
Eviscerate  v. t.  (past & past part. eviscerated; pres. part. eviscerating)  To take out the entrails of; to disembowel; to gut.

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"Eviscerate" Quotes from Famous Books

... and fortified. The zeal of the Moral Reformers who would sweep away all Temptation and place every young creature from the outset in a Temptation-free vacuum, even if it could be achieved (and the achievement would not only annihilate the whole environment but eviscerate the human heart of its vital passions) would merely result in the creation of a race of useless weaklings. For Temptation is even more than a stimulus to conflict. It is itself, in so far as it is related to Passion, the ferment of ...
— Impressions And Comments • Havelock Ellis

Words linked to "Eviscerate" :   injured, devitalise, practice of medicine, disembowel, empty, evisceration, take, resect, remove, withdraw, draw, take away, devitalize

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