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  • adj. Not censured.


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un- +‎ censured


  • Dressed by the milliner of the day, Camilla could not fail to pass uncensured, at least, with respect to her appearance; but her eyes wanted their usual lustre, from the sadness of her heart, and she never looked less herself, nor to less advantage.


  • It is shameful that many loyal employees all across the country have lost jobs this year and in each year throughout the Bush misadministration -- through absolutely no fault of their own -- while the disloyal efforts of Mr. Lieberman have gone uncensured.

    Stu Kreisman: Spineless Weasels

  • Nonetheless, Jonathan Ross's contribution to this edition of the Russell Brand Show was utterly unacceptable and cannot be allowed to go uncensured or without sanction.

    Archive 2008-10-01

  • It is odd, then, that that concept has not translated into reality for the president and his appointees, who have repeatedly taken actions that have done tremendous harm to our nation and its laws, while remaining in office and uncensured.

    Responsibility Without Accountability: The Catchphrase of the Bush Administration

  • DAMON (voice-over): These chilling uncensured images of Saddam Hussein's final moments are at the center of an awkward Iraqi government investigation, into itself and all that went wrong with the execution of Saddam.

    CNN Transcript Jan 4, 2007

  • American amnesia might even permit this administration to slither away unpunished, uncensured, un-impeached.

    Archive 2006-11-01

  • I just viewed an uncensured video of Saddam being hanged.

    Think Progress » President Bush believes in fair trials,

  • I can now exercise this employment only upon hearsay, or, at most, written evidence; and therefore shall exercise it with great lenity and some diffidence; but when we meet, and that I can form my judgment upon ocular and auricular evidence, I shall no more let the least impropriety, indecorum, or irregularity pass uncensured, than my predecessor Cato did.

    Letters to his son on The Art of Becoming a Man of the World and a Gentleman

  • Particularly, they are not anxious to concede that Nigel Farage, leader of the UKIP group in the EP, might have a point, and would prefer Barroso to go uncensured before they would let Farage gain any Brownie points.

    Rich and powerful friends

  • Thus secured, I lived uncensured, conversing with the English company, with which this city was crowded; but spent the most agreeable part of my time with the countess of

    The Adventures of Peregrine Pickle


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