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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Wadlin’s pursuit of employment with Amazon eviscerates the contractual terms Walmart bargained for’’ in her employment agreement, the chain’s lawyers said in the Delaware Chancery Court lawsuit.
The defense was eviscerated in Super Bowl LII, only able to force one Philadelphia punt and, unlike the Eagles, failing to get a key stop in crunch time.
Kevin Krim eviscerated Ortega for not pleading guilty and forcing the case into a courtroom.
In a simple tweet, Affleck clapped back at The New Yorker for eviscerating his public appearance and apparent emotional persona.
The exceptions multiplied, culminating with the 1934 decision Home Building & Loan Association v. Blaisdell, in which the court upheld a state moratorium on mortgage foreclosure imposed during the Great Depression, virtually eviscerating the clause.
Stop treating immigration agents differently from everybody else for the purpose of eviscerating border controls and advancing an open borders philosophy shared by only the most radical extremists.
Wolf eviscerated members of the Trump administration, the news media, and both sides of the political and ideological aisle in her speech.
Consensus: Super-productive, high-effort back who eviscerated the Mountain West schedule in one of the league’s best and most efficient run offenses, but will need to prove that explosiveness will carry over to the NFL. 28.
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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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