- v. Simple past tense and past participle of sanitize.
- adj. made sanitary
“This applied as well, Schulte said, to three other military sites which satellite pictures showed Syria "sanitized" - landscaping them and whisking away equipment - shortly after the IAEA asked to check them out. posted by GayandRight @ 3:48 PM”
“How sanitized is Glee's version of The Rocky Horror Picture Show?”
“By stressing the story's uplifting qualities rather than the confusion and tragedy of 9/11, the creators left it bloodless and sanitized, which is a less than ideal condition for an opera.”
“That prompted the GOP campaign to leak a sanitized version to a conservative Scripps-Howard reporter, creating the opening for the columnists to "correct the record" with the seamy details.”
“On the Iraqi front, I thought it was interesting he confirmed that the Security council will get the so-called sanitized document on Tuesday, and on Thursday, Hans Blix, I guess, will make some sort of presentation for the full Security Council.”
“Then we brought -- then he brought in the generals and gave them a so - called sanitized version of our discussions.”
“And the other one is the exact opposite, what you might call the sanitized version, which presents Islam as a religion of love and peace, rather like the Quakers but without their aggressiveness.”
“t in LA, it would take less than 30 days to have the entire East LA scourge 'sanitized' - for Good.”
“Instead, he was promoted, and his performance reviews were "sanitized," with his obsession over extremists recast as counterterrorism research.”
“Accepted on faith that DD214 would be forthcoming ..... when it was received it had been "sanitized".”
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