And he gasps, a strangled moan … ‘You are going to unman me, Ana … You—take me.’
At times his emotion seemed to slip from the rein, threatening to unman him.
I am unused to such as these, gentlemen,—they unsettle—they unman me.
What crime had become his so to unman him that he dared not open and put his fate to the test?
No regrets, her father had said; they unman the heart we want for to-morrow.
He kissed his wife with the first kiss since their separation, and all the toils of war failed to unman him like that kiss.
This was a sore blow to Leichhardt, but it did not unman him.
He needed it now more than ever, for he feared that the consideration of Cynthia might yet unman him.
The revulsion of feeling was so great that for a moment or two it seemed to unman him.
unman isn't the word, exactly, but you can't say ungirl, can you?