eviscerate

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To destroy or make ineffectual or meaningless
To disembowel, to remove the viscera
To protrude through a surgical incision
To elicit the essence of
To remove a bodily organ or its contents
{v} to gut, embowel, search the bowels
Elicit the essence of
take away a vital or essential part of; "the compromise among the parties eviscerated the bill that had been proposed"
having been disembowelled
emphasis If you say that something will eviscerate an organization or system, you are emphasizing that it will make the organization or system much weaker or much less powerful. Democrats say the petition will eviscerate state government. to cut the organs out of a person's or animal's body (past participle of eviscerare, from viscera )
To eviscerate a person or animal means to remove their internal organs, such as their heart, lungs, and stomach. strangling and eviscerating rabbits for the pot
Remove the contents of an eyeball
To take out the entrails of; to disembowel; to gut
remove the entrails of; "draw a chicken"
take away a vital or essential part of; "the compromise among the parties eviscerated the bill that had been proposed" remove the contents of; "eviscerate the stomach" having been disembowelled
surgically remove a part of a structure or an organ
remove the contents of; "eviscerate the stomach"
{f} remove the intestines; remove essential parts; clear out
evisceration
A disemboweling; the removal of viscera

The evisceration of the animal was accomplished with a single blow of the knife.

evisceration
A vigorous verbal assault

The critic delivered another evisceration of the latest movie.

To eviscerate
gut
eviscerated
gutted
eviscerates
third-person singular of eviscerate
eviscerating
present participle of eviscerate
evisceration
surgical removal of an organ (or the contents of an organ) from a patient
evisceration
the act of removing the bowels or viscera; the act of cutting so as to cause the viscera to protrude
evisceration
altering something (as a legislative act or a statement) in such a manner as to reduce its value; "the adoption of their amendments would have amounted to an evisceration of the act"
evisceration
Removal of contents of an eyeball, leaving the scleral shell and sometimes the cornea intact Usually for reducing pain in a blind eye
evisceration
{i} removal, clearing out; removal of the intestines; removal of essential parts
evisceration
= step in the slaughter process by which the contents of the chest and belly cavities of the animals are removed
evisceration
A disemboweling
evisceration
Removal of the contents of the eyeball
eviscerate
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