Definitions

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  • adjective Capable of being redacted or censored.

Etymologies

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redact +‎ -able

Examples

  • None of these memos contains obvious national security secrets despite virtually few redactions (which appear to refer to individuals and other obvious redactable subjects).

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  • None of these memos contains obvious national security secrets despite virtually few redactions (which appear to refer to individuals and other obvious redactable subjects).

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  • None of these memos contains obvious national security secrets despite virtually few redactions (which appear to refer to individuals and other obvious redactable subjects).

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  • None of these memos contains obvious national security secrets despite virtually few redactions (which appear to refer to individuals and other obvious redactable subjects).

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  • None of these memos contains obvious national security secrets despite virtually few redactions (which appear to refer to individuals and other obvious redactable subjects).

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  • None of these memos contains obvious national security secrets despite virtually few redactions (which appear to refer to individuals and other obvious redactable subjects).

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  • None of these memos contains obvious national security secrets despite virtually few redactions (which appear to refer to individuals and other obvious redactable subjects).

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  • The piquantly worded missive frames protection of the ballots, which if filled out legally contain no voter identifying characteristics (other than a few redactable write-in votes), as a sacred and constitutionally mandated duty.

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