uncensored

[ US /ənˈsɛnsɝd/ ]
[ UK /ʌnsˈɛnsəd/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. not subject to censorship
    uncensored news reports
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How To Use uncensored In A Sentence

  • Yet the site is completely unpoliced and uncensored. The Sun
  • People are able to express their uncensored opinions and get immediate feedback from the half dozen or several hundred people who visit their site.
  • Because of its small scale - its lack of major financial constraints - it's one of the last uncensored spaces.
  • When living in Algeria, I listened to his religious broadcasts in Arabic - uncensored and unedited to appease western liberals.
  • After Schlessinger aired a rant about race and what she called racial "hypersensitivity," which lasted nearly six minutes, and included eleven fully articulated, uncensored instances of the N-word, it wasn't the FCC that came down on her. Rashad Robinson: Censorship? You Can't Be Sirius
  • Yet the site is completely unpoliced and uncensored. The Sun
  • Don't forget - you can find all the latest uncensored news right here!
  • The statements are completely uncensored and if foul or explicit language offends you then this probably isn't your thing.
  • A system which clearly informs what a video contains, and a stricter law for selling to underage people would in my opinion allow any video to be issued uncensored.
  • It is the only news channel to present untouched news and uncensored debate.
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