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eviscerator ‎(plural eviscerators)

  1. Someone who eviscerates, whether physically or metaphorically.
    • 1993: David Craig Griffith, Jones's Minimal: Low-Wage Labor in the United States [1]
      The eviscerators stand between three and five feet apart; quality control people sit further apart, between about every fourth or fifth eviscerator.
  2. A device for eviscerating something.
    • 2002: Donald D. Bell, William D. Weaver, Commercial Chicken Meat and Egg Production [2]
      Module eviscerators have devices which remove the crop, the viscera package, and lungs in one step.

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