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Use "unexpurgated" in a sentence
"So keen, in fact, is Random House to have the great spin doctor on board that Hutchinson will shortly publish the "unexpurgated" version of its already published The Blair Years."
"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."
"Pre-publication teasers had it that the main reason for the expanded and 'unexpurgated' version of the diaries was that Campbell would pull no punches in his depiction of Brown once he had left Number 10, but this is at best half true."