Synonyms of emasculate in English:

emasculate


See definition of emasculate

verb

1‘the Parliament Act of 1911 which emasculated the House of Lords’

SYNONYMS
weaken, make feeble, make feebler, debilitate, enfeeble, enervate, dilute, erode, undermine, impoverish, cripple, reduce the powers of
remove the sting from, pull the teeth of
informal water down
ANTONYMS

strengthen

2‘young cocks should be emasculated at three months old’

SYNONYMS
castrate, neuter, geld, cut, desex, asexualize, sterilize, remove the testicles of
unman
North American, Australian alter
informal doctor, fix
rare evirate, caponize, eunuchize