Definitions

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  • adjective Not expurgated

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adjective not having material deleted

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Examples

  • So keen, in fact, is Random House to have the great spin doctor on board that Hutchinson will shortly publish the "unexpurgated" version of its already published The Blair Years.

    A literary career or a brilliant, successful one-off? Take your pick

  • This year, a century after Mark Twain's death in 1910, the University of California Press is posthumously publishing "The Autobiography of Mark Twain," a three-volume 'unexpurgated' collection that promises never-before-seen glimpses into a man who continues to defy hard-lined definitions.

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  • Pre-publication teasers had it that the main reason for the expanded and 'unexpurgated' version of the diaries was that Campbell would pull no punches in his depiction of Brown once he had left Number 10, but this is at best half true.

    Telegraph.co.uk: news, business, sport, the Daily Telegraph newspaper, Sunday Telegraph

  • Ms. Cordery gives us the unexpurgated life—one that might make you want to shield the eyes of the nearest Brownie Scout but one that also lends depth and color to the American Girl Scouts founder's story.

    Saluting a Centennial

  • And the three-volume tome -- unexpurgated, but written cagily, and yet still self-revealingly at times -- has prompted me to pursue one of the great humorist's own personal delights.

    David Tereshchuk: Celebrating a Virtually Forgotten Media Maestro

  • Whilst not the first so to do but well before the bandwagon hove into view, I proposed that MPs expenses must be place in full, unexpurgated, unredacted beauty online as are those of MSPs by the Scottish Parliament.

    Where The Huntsman leads, the hounds follow

  • Whilst not the first so to do but well before the bandwagon hove into view, I proposed that MPs expenses must be place in full, unexpurgated, unredacted beauty online as are those of MSPs by the Scottish Parliament.

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  • Her two widely popular memoirs continue to sell briskly, acclaimed for their brutal, unexpurgated candor about friends, family, loversand herself.

    Life Sentences by Laura Lippman: Book summary

  • And the three-volume tome -- unexpurgated, but written cagily, and yet still self-revealingly at times -- has prompted me to pursue one of the great humorist's own personal delights.

    David Tereshchuk: Celebrating a Virtually Forgotten Media Maestro

  • And the three-volume tome -- unexpurgated, but written cagily, and yet still self-revealingly at times -- has prompted me to pursue one of the great humorist's own personal delights.

    David Tereshchuk: Celebrating a Virtually Forgotten Media Maestro

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