unexpurgated


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unexpurgated

(ʌnˈɛkspəˌɡeɪtɪd)
adj
(of a book, text, etc) not amended or censored by removing potentially offensive material
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Adj.1.unexpurgated - not having material deleted; "volumes of the best plays, unexpurgated"- Havelock Ellis
uncensored - not subject to censorship; "uncensored news reports"

unexpurgated

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unexpurgated

[ˈʌnˈekspɜːgeɪtɪd] ADJsin expurgar, íntegro

unexpurgated

adj book, versionungekürzt, unzensiert

unexpurgated

[ʌnˈɛkspɜːˌgeɪtɪd] adj (text, version) → integrale
References in classic literature ?
I remember, in the catalogue, being impressed by the title, "The Adventures of Peregrine Pickle." I filled an application blank and the librarian handed me the collected and entirely unexpurgated works of Smollett in one huge volume.
He repeated to me the librarian's question as to whether he thought he ought to put an unexpurgated edition in the hands of a boy, and his own answer that he did not believe it would hurt me.
If good old comfortable telly and dearly loved child-focused films need an adult on hand for comforting purposes, how much more do children surfing the unexpurgated, deeply divisive and often terrifying internet need an ever-present guardian angel by their sides?" Broadcaster Vanessa Feltz.
Alexander Waugh, Evelyn Waugh's grandson, is editing a twelve-volume Personal Writings sequence for the series, intercalating over 10,000 letters with the complete, unexpurgated diaries.
Whistling in the dark, BSP said, "the loan exposure represents only 0.24% of total loans of the banking system and 2.49% of the foreign currency loans of foreign currency deposit units (FCDU)." How much we can recover from the assets of this epic bankruptcy, only the bankers know the unexpurgated truth.
Lawrence's title was at the centre of an obscenity trial held in 1960, in which publishing company Penguin Books was prosecuted for publishing the unexpurgated text of the novel.
The official unexpurgated notes of the May-Merkel Berlin meeting of Thursday July 5 should now be published without delay.
For those who want to see the unexpurgated director's cut, there's always Netflix.
Was a woman involved in their creation?" Actor Sir Mark Rylance "Politics is just a function of business now, just a tributary of the great entrepreneurial capitalist system" Playwright David Hare "If good old comfortable telly and dearly loved child-focused films need an adult on hand for comforting purposes, how much more do children surfing the unexpurgated, deeply divisive and often terrifying internet need an ever-present guardian angel by their sides?" Broadcaster Vanessa Feltz "I roared laughing when someone said, 'Eee Carol love, you're not half as fat as you look on the telly'.
Trapeze: The Unexpurgated Diary of Anais Nin, 1947-1955 .
These histories range from grimly humorous (such as the story about the Ministry of Culture official whose superiors asked him to invent a dance craze that would "give the West a (managed) run for its money" and learned an "unexpurgated mambo" from a Cuban agent) to chilling (an unrepentant former Nazi criminal boasts about his wartime actions).
Trapeze: The Unexpurgated Diary of Ana<: i>s Nin, 1947-1955