[ UK /ˌʌnɛkspˈɜːɡeɪtɪd/ ]
not having material deleted
volumes of the best plays, unexpurgated
How To Use unexpurgated In A Sentence
- Under the Freedom of Information Act, the Sunday Herald has been given this exclusive, unexpurgated transcript of what happened when Henry met George in Washington last week.
- The Bush administration says it improperly altered a report documenting large racial and ethnic disparities in health care, but it will soon publish the full, unexpurgated document.
- 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
- Neither he nor the many foreign academics he quotes have had much luck persuading people to surrender their unexpurgated inboxes. Times, Sunday Times
- The unexpurgated diaries are even more illuminating and controversial than previously released editions, and should be an invaluable resource for anyone studying World War II.
- 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. Apartment Therapy Main
- 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
- The recording industry already sells edited songs with sexually explicit lyrics side-by-side with the unexpurgated versions.
- Now, however, Playboy has gone to third base with the announcement that - as of next month - entire unexpurgated issues will be available online for the same price as the print edition.
- Radio stations across the US are unable to play the unexpurgated version of the song because of its explicit language.