Did you mayhaps mean sanitize?
- v. UK alternative spelling of sanitize.
- v. make less offensive or more acceptable by removing objectionable features
- v. make sanitary by cleaning or sterilizing
“But the IAF has asked the state and central police to "sanitise" helipads in Naxalite-hit zones - meaning the security forces have been asked to ensure that the helipads are not within the range of small arms fire.”
“Aliens vs Predator game banned, will not be 'sanitised' for Australia A POPULAR sci-fi horror game has been banned in Australia - and the developer refuses to "sanitise" it for a local release.”
“June Factor, who has spent nearly four decades researching and writing children's books, says such moves to "sanitise" story-telling is very concerning.”
“Aliens vs. Predator developer Rebellion has refused to "sanitise" its game, claiming the Australian Government does not consider adults "able to make their own entertainment choices".”
“News: Rebellion rises against Australia AVP ban - Will not "sanitise" or "cut" content.”
“In this respect, One Born Every Minute is the really radical departure, its break with convention being its whole point – proceeding from the fact that, in a state of extremis, nobody could sanitise or act, even if they wanted to.”
“Davies's resignation came as a US consultancy admitted mishandling a multimillion dollar contract with Libya to sanitise Gaddafi's reputation in the west.”
“I would probably say O'Neill that most countries (maybe with the exception of Germany) sanitise their history.”
“Any mainstream presentation is going to sanitise what happened in the camps to some extent because otherwise the audience would walk out vomiting, and this book is supposed to be aimed at children, but that just makes the whitewashing more disturbing.”
“The problem is, if you do too much to sanitise it all, it becomes unreal and therefore pointless.”
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