undoctored

undoctored

(ʌnˈdɒktəd)
adj
not doctored or altered; genuine
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The album is thick with raw, undoctored beauty - most of the songs on Capacity were played for the first time in the studio and were recorded the same day.
Kate Moss, Brad Pitt and George Clooney are among those included in the undoctored set of prints from a series of shoots with British photographer Andy Gotts, who is one of the few professionals in his industry not to retouch his pictures.
166) On the other hand, as a dissenting judge in Jespersen wrote: "The inescapable message [of the makeup requirement] is that women's undoctored faces compare unfavorably to men's, not because of a physical difference between men's and women's faces, but because of a cultural assumption--and gender-based stereotype--that women's faces are incomplete, unattractive, or unprofessional without full makeup.
This is an undoctored photograph taken in October," he said.
Alegre has unlocked this dark chamber of recall when he could not pull himself single-handedly from this emotional morass and had, perforce, to exsanguinate his undoctored feelings out in brutish and seemingly random layers of manic gesture.
Its all as it actually happened too - undoctored, no overdubs.
Honey is a natural sweetener and the making of honey is purely undoctored.
Some sections of text, mainly connected with the furious family quarrel that erupted in 1919-20 over the management of the Berghof family estate in Carinthia, were blacked out in ink before publication (though not before some undoctored copies had escaped the net); this was because several family members were shown in a less than favourable light.
And some small-time crooks simply flog stolen, undoctored identity documents for a mere A[pounds sterling]50.
Activities covered by the law include creating a fake profile, signing school employees up for spam mail or onto a pornographic site, publishing doctored or undoctored photos, or making a "statement, whether true or false, intending to immediately provoke, and that is likely to provoke, any third party to stalk or harass a school employee.
The eye-popping water footage looks digitally undoctored and entirely persuasive, generally maintaining a certain long-shot distance that allows audiences to see the surfers' bodies in motion, thrillingly dwarfed by 40- and 50-foot waves.
Would you want to read poems by Yeats if they were nothing but undoctored records of his deeply troubled life?