[ UK /dɪklˈæsɪfˌa‍ɪd/ ]
[ US /dɪˈkɫæsəˌfaɪd/ ]
  1. having had security classification removed
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How To Use declassified In A Sentence

  • Declassified documents released by the FBI this week paint a picture of an esteemed and learned man who nonetheless fell prey to a long-term debilitating habit while he was a Supreme Court justice during the 1970s. Medication Missteps
  • Though they were declassified in 1998, this is the first time that the documents have been made public.
  • Only four of 383 freedom of information requests resulted in files being declassified. Times, Sunday Times
  • Foreign PCB processing, design, copy boards and industrial control software programming, legal declassified.
  • The story was only pieced together when German and New Zealand records were declassified in the early 1980s.
  • Using declassified files and diaries, this engrossing docudrama brings the story to life. Times, Sunday Times
  • Some relevant documents have now been declassified, however.
  • It only became public knowledge when MAGIC intelligence decrypts, including a signal from the Japanese attaché in Berlin which was not deciphered until after the war, were declassified in the USA in 1980.
  • Declassified intelligence documents as well as testimony from witnesses helped excavators identify the concealed entrance. Times, Sunday Times
  • Documents recently declassified and made public show that the administration was warned by the Defense Intelligence Agency in February 2002, that the tale about a trip to Prague by the leader of the 9/11 highjacker, Mohamed Atta, had come from an unreliable drunk, and that the story about Iraq training members of al Qaeda on the use of chemical and biological weapons was deliberately fabricated by an Iraqi defector. Bush Gang Swore Saddam Was Behind 9/11 In Lawsuit
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