Having had the reproductive organs removed (testicles in males, ovaries in females).(adjective)
Simple past tense and past participle of castrate.(verb)
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Use "castrated" in a sentence
"The Church is hated for its message and must be destroyed or at least castrated, which is the intent of CT."
"Hamm even has his characters suggest that all law enforcement personnel dealing with refugee women be chemically castrated, which is a neat addition to the story in that it creates another point of conflict between the male characters' intellectual understanding of their predicament, and of the danger they pose to their loved ones, and their biological nature--ultimately, only the most conscientious and clear-eyed male character chooses the treatment***."
"But Vásquez has said that expectations abroad "castrated" later novelists."