foreskinned

EnglishEdit

EtymologyEdit

foreskin +‎ -ed

AdjectiveEdit

foreskinned (not comparable)

  1. Having a foreskin; not circumcised.
    • 1927, Clement Wood, The Outline of Man's Knowledge: The Story of History, Science, Literature, Art, Religion, Philosophy, Lewis Copeland Company (1927), page 285:
      Jews, in spite of centuries of circumcision, are born foreskinned like the men of other races.
    • 1973, B. Braun, letter to the editor, Playgirl, Volume 3, Issue 1, page 41:
      To the European eye, an uncircumcised man is natural and beautiful, so now that your magazine is widely read in Europe make your sisters on the other side of the Atlantic a little happier and feature more foreskinned men.
    • 2001, Peter A. Lillback, The Binding of God: Calvin's Role in the Development of Covenant Theology, Baker Academic (2001), →ISBN, page 119:
      Referring to this method, therefore, God consecrates this covenant by blood, and with plain words He adds an explanation, 'And the foreskinned male, the flesh of whose foreskin has not been circumcised, that soul will be blotted out from his people.'
    • For more quotations using this term, see Citations:foreskinned.

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