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Eviscerate in a sentence

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Sentence count:26Posted:2017-03-05Updated:2020-07-24
Synonym: disemboweldrawresectSimilar words: viscerallaceratepiece rateincarceratediscerndiscernmentdiscerniblelacerationMeaning: [ɪ'vɪsəreɪt]  v. 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. adj. having been disembowelled. 
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1 Democrats say the petition will eviscerate state government.
2 The censors eviscerated the book to make it inoffensive to the President.
3 Peggy the Hun would not eviscerate him and might even give him some credit for brains.
4 These were not the wizened and eviscerated pharaohs wrapped in yards of dusty gauze that one normally pictures when mummies are mentioned.
5 Save your cold blood eviscerate as a finisher.
6 We agreed to eviscerate the proposed bill.
7 Their eviscerate has a 15% DIM.
8 Eviscerate demolition meat, cut into the meat section.
9 However, in their enthusiasm to eviscerate, the critics may be overlooking some vital differences between a business education and one in, for example, philosophy or electrical engineering.
10 Eviscerate: Manual of Eviscerate (Rank 9) now drops somewhere in the world.
11 Rupture is much better than eviscerate,( even without the glyph.
12 Garrote, Rupture, and Eviscerate are being increased in damage . More details to come.
13 “Imagine being a caveman and having to eviscerate a dinosaur with your bare hands,” Terry said.
14 Bonescythe Armor: The Eviscerate bonus will no longer trigger when your Eviscerate does not hit your target.
15 A narrative scene shows owl-headed figures using a crescent-shaped knife to eviscerate a victim.
16 The mine went up on the ridge, a great leaping core of compacted soil, the earth eviscerated.
17 And Anatole will attack -- with great strength and accuracy and persistence, until his opponent is left eviscerated on the sidewalk.
18 It's a peek inside the bloodstream of perhaps the most thrilling competitor to ever eviscerate his opponents at a pensive task: Bobby Fischer, the chess champion.
19 We all learned how to dip the corpses in scalding water, pluck and eviscerate them, and we all ate chicken for many days afterward.
20 Ms Vescovo, who argues that California's payment cuts would eviscerate her clients' access to services, worries that under managed care the disabled might not be able to see the specialists they need.
21 They found new streams of revenue and ways to reduce costs that didn't eviscerate their core products.
22 Brutality and indifference to just-war principles of discrimination and proportionality can also eviscerate legitimacy.
23 Some people assert, correctly, that to limit First Amendment protections to those activities we like is to eviscerate the Constitution.
24 Would you want to cut a pig's throat and eviscerate him?
25 The IMF content was positively related with PAF and carcass weight and eviscerate percentage.
26 Vile Poisons (Assassination) reduced to 3 ranks, now increases damage of poisons and Eviscerate by 7/14/20% and increases dispel resistance by 10/20/30%.
More similar words: viscerallaceratepiece rateincarceratediscerndiscernmentdiscerniblelacerationberateoperatefederatetolerategenerateliberateveneratemoderatedesperateliterateexoneratecooperateliberatedrecuperatereiterateexasperateintemperateaccelerateadulterateilliteratedesperatelyinveterate
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