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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No one is safe from the unsparing gaze of Gerard Alessandrini, godfather of the satirical revue and holder of nothing sacred, who’s been eviscerating musicals since 1982.
Senior running back Calan Crowder eviscerated the Tigers in the first half with eight carries for 121 yards and touchdown runs of 75 and 34 yards.
This week featured the probable highlight of Elizabeth Warren’s social calendar: a two-day opportunity to drag corporate executives before the Senate and artfully eviscerate them.
The incentives for cross-tribal compromise have been eviscerated, and those for tribal extremism reinforced.
Right after that was that White House Correspondents’ Association Dinner, where Obama just eviscerated him.
This kind of thing is guaranteed to happen again and again if federal regulations are eviscerated along the lines implicit in the president*'s new executive order.
And in a critique released at the end of 1999, four experts at Stanford University's Center for International Security and Cooperation in Palo Alto, California, eviscerated the Cox report's major findings.
Neighborhoods eviscerated on the ground now look like grids of gray ash from the air.
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