Definition of emasculatory in English:

emasculatory

adjective

See emasculate

  • ‘Especially fresh in memory is the disgruntled-looking young woman who, over and over again on television, ground out the emasculatory line: ‘No, not little Johnny Howard.’’
  • ‘Most feminists aren't particularly keen on emasculatory rituals (Valerie Solanas's tragic ‘Society for Cutting Up Men’ (SCUM!) notwithstanding).’
  • ‘Fight Club is two films in one - Film A is about the awfulness of materialist consumer society and its emasculatory effects, and Film B is about the awfulness of fascism.’

Pronunciation

emasculatory

/ɪˈmaskjʊlət(ə)ri/