emasculation was a necessary first condition of service in her worship.
The first task in crossing grapes is to remove the anthers before the flower opens, a process known as emasculation.
I would risk violence a thousand times rather than the emasculation of the race.
The time required after covering depends, of course, on the age of the bud when emasculation takes place.
They are lost or never gained by the males after emasculation.
It was not as barbarous an operation as emasculation on the male, as it only temporarily interfered with his functions.
If, on the other hand, expurgation is freely employed, the result is a kind of emasculation.
For the earliest records in regard to emasculation we must go back to mythological relations.
They talk of the emasculation of the staff as a future danger.
Semiramis is accused of having been the first to order the emasculation of a troupe of her boy slaves.
emasculation e·mas·cu·la·tion (ĭ-mās'kyə-lā'shən)
The surgical removal of the testes and penis; castration.