Verb(1) surgically remove a part of a structure or an organ(2) remove the contents of(3) remove the entrails of(4) take away a vital or essential part of
Adjective(1) having been disembowelled
(1) An all-file-sharing environment would eviscerate the capital resources that make the technological development possible, and probably drive up the average cost to home-recorders considerably.(2) Please note I will be forced to eviscerate you in the process.(3) myriad little concessions that would eviscerate the project(4) Too bad there's not a button you can press to eviscerate someone.(5) Giving ├ö├ç├┐disposal├ö├ç├û passive content would eviscerate that plain purpose.(6) Rather than a lack of will, what Latin America suffers from is a set of interlocking institutional crises that eviscerate the democratic order without necessarily promoting dictatorship.(7) It was a new thing, that they could eviscerate him when they caught him.(8) But content owners have raised legitimate questions about the scope and effect of these measures, and concerns about whether they would eviscerate their copyright protection technologies must be addressed.(9) Maybe their next challenge could be to eviscerate him with embroidery scissors and knit something out of the guy's entrails.(10) With a kind of devilish glee he devises for himself ever more terrible punishments, tortures, eviscerations .(11) ├ö├ç├┐I've never seen so many eviscerated people and terrible wounds in my life,├ö├ç├û said Rabab, 19, a nurse at the international hospital in Sharm el-Sheikh.(12) The disease is not only devastating families and communities; it is eviscerating national economies.(13) Right outside the door was the body of a dog, skinned and eviscerated , the organs neatly arranged in a set pattern.(14) He lied us into two hideously unfair tax cuts; he lied us into an unnecessary war with disastrous consequences; he lied us into the Patriot Act, eviscerating our freedoms.(15) To speak of the diminished importance of history and literature, the evisceration of literary material, and the disintegration of a national culture presumes a benchmark from which this decline has taken place.(16) Today, as democratic politics is eviscerated into marketing alone, it is assumed that this candidate deserves to win.
(1) eviscerate :: eviscerate
1. disembowel ::
2. draw ::
3. resect ::
Different Formseviscerate, eviscerated, eviscerates, eviscerating
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