Examples of eviscerate in a Sentence
the ancient Egyptians would eviscerate the bodies of the dead as part of the process of mummifying them
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There is also the sense of an attempt to eviscerate anything Barack Obama did.
The rapper was late to Game 2 but arrived in time to watch LeBron eviscerate his Raptors and to give Toronto a new name: LeBronto.
The confirmation to the Court of additional anti-gun justices would eviscerate the Second Amendment’s fundamental protections.
The Senate, after eviscerating the notion of a real citizens’ commission, tossed in a provision creating electoral judicial districts for judges who now run statewide.
But here, too, the rise of Islamist politics is undermining civil liberties—and, over time, may end up eviscerating Indonesia’s democratic experiment.
If you're not ideologically driven to eviscerate the society, then have at it.
After its premiere, paleontologists around the world swiftly eviscerated the movie for its purposeful ignorance of the two decades of research that challenged the now outdated depictions of dinosaurs in the original film.
Her exchanges with complacent publishers, tedious journalists, and egotistical writers allow Cusk to eviscerate the characters for their ignorance—of themselves, of one another, and of the changing European political landscape post-Brexit.
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EVISCERATE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of eviscerate for English Language Learners
: to take out the internal organs of (an animal)
medical Definition of eviscerate
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