verb un·man \ˌən-ˈman\

Definition of UNMAN

transitive verb
:  to deprive of manly vigor, fortitude, or spirit

Examples of UNMAN

  1. <the near crash of the airliner was a completely unmanning experience for the passengers>
  2. <players who wouldn't let themselves be unmanned by the loss of a single game>

First Known Use of UNMAN

circa 1600


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