unedited

[ UK /ʌnˈɛdɪtɪd/ ]
[ US /əˈnɛdətɪd/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. not changed by editing
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How To Use unedited In A Sentence

  • In short (excuse the pun), for one reason or another users in the UK would be better served by a better dictionary of abbreviations than this; US users should be alerted to the fact that the text is British, unedited for American spelling: for ` decagramme, decalitre, decametre 'read ` decagram, decaliter, decameter.' VERBATIM: The Language Quarterly Vol XVIII No 2
  • The participants then shoot their films and hand back the unedited, undeveloped stock, along with a co-ordinated CD soundtrack.
  • She played the unedited versions of songs - insisting that the meaning was changed when words were edited out.
  • Many editors, of course, are skittish about the idea of unedited items going live on employee blogs.
  • Weblogs are web pages which provide unedited, highly opinionated personal commentary.
  • All of the names in this paper are pseudonyms, and I have left student texts unedited for spelling or grammar except where indicated by square brackets.
  • The six unedited reel-to-reel tapes -- "pre-master" originals from the private collection of the studio engineer who recorded them, are valued at between $30,000 and $50,000, according to international auction house Bonhams & Butterfields. November 2004
  • Every once in a while there is a page of text with extremely conversational, seemingly unedited commentary.
  • I should also point out that it appears that the book is unedited as there are many typos throughout the text, though this may be the typist's fault, I don't know.
  • Given the plentitude of untranslated, unedited, or perhaps even presently non-extant material on this subject, the case will of course never be finally closed.
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