Not examined, expurgated, or given a rating for inclusion of improper or inappropriate material: received uncensored correspondence from a theater of military operations; sells uncensored movies and novels. (adjective)
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Use "uncensored" in a sentence
"Radio, TV and newspapers remain uncensored, unfettered and unthreatened by the government."
"So it's tough, uncompromising and perhaps uncensored, is that anything we haven't come to expect with Bacon?"
"And much to the confusion and denial of those who profess to know me, the ability to chatter about uncensored is NOT a gift I possess."