1. Deprived of, or having lost, an important part; mutilated.
Origin: L. Mutilatus, p.p. Of mutilare to mutilate, fr. Mutilus maimed; cf. Gr, . Cf. Mutton.
(Science: zoology) A cetacean, or a sirenian.
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... health by natural means and shuns all use of degrading, destructive chemicals, today's medical students are only taught to manipulate poisons and mutilate bodies. We demand that this be changed." - Prof. Andre Passebecq, M.D., N.D., D.Psyc., 1989, Faculty of Medicine of Paris, then President ...
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