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 very little ambiguity when the mountain lion eviscerates the rabbit, or the leopard rips apart the gazelle.
Michelle analyzes the tepid apology in real time, eviscerating its ever faltering line.
In 2015, Last Week Tonight With John Oliver eviscerated the practice—and the segment went viral.
We’re at the point now where Mr. Fallon has been widely criticized for being too apolitical — and was eviscerated for playfully mussing Mr. Trump’s hair.
When Oprah Winfrey eviscerated him on air for his dishonesty, Nan stood up to her with grace.
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.
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.
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