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expurgated

adjective  censored, cleansed, diminished, disinfected, edited, excluded, pure, purged, purified, refined
See also: pure
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Elegantly transitioning to other "invisible men--and women," "Chapter Five: 1950" probes the inclusion of sexual relationships in the expurgated drafts of Invisible Man (144).
A columnist for The Times has acknowledged that the two-page Persian language document published by The Times last month was not a photocopy of the original document but an expurgated and retyped version of the original.
Both of these examples come from expurgated portions of letters printed previously.
Eco-minded cable nets should provide the film with a fertile environment, and if not for one easily expurgated F-bomb, it would be perfect high school science-class material as well.
It is quite right that some details have been expurgated.
Coldiron quotes from the French originals to demonstrate how the translators freely adapted, expurgated and added to the story.
In a perfect world, someone will edit and publish these intertwined expurgated tales.
The show's script, penned by television writers Jaime Browne and Kris Mrksa in consultation with a dozen of Kennedy's friends and former associates, is strong yet feels curiously expurgated, particularly when it comes to the later parts of Kennedy's life.
Alibech's tale was expurgated from the Decameron, and the nun did public penance.
His desire for total control over bibliographical information even led him to urge that catalogues from the Frankfurt book fair should be banned or at least expurgated.
Fortunately, Walter expurgated the original lyric somewhat.
This is precisely the conservatism that has been, in more recent years, eclipsed or expurgated, yet one that has much to say about our situation as it alters in a postmodern setting presided over by self-acclaimed geometricians and enlighteners impervious to the deeper metaphysical needs of civilization, and of the human personality and soul.