It's a daring man, in this unexpurgated day and generation, who offers to read aloud to a lady.
"It is always the unexpurgated that happens," Basil replied sardonically.
This is the only unabridged and unexpurgated edition of "Il Pentamerone" in the English language.
What a heap of money one would give to possess his private, unexpurgated journal!
I was rather hot under the collar, and gave an unexpurgated account of what had happened.
I read the Bible, unexpurgated edition, when I was a kid, and it sort of cured me of book readin'.
Stewart could not help smiling, for, in that Babel of tongues, he distinguished a lot of unexpurgated American!
The women in plain and simple language expressed their unexpurgated opinion of Big Boss, and demanded that he be brought to them.
To one who is sensitive to tales of blood, unexpurgated Japanese history must be a dreadful thing.
He intended to give an unexpurgated classification, but was rudely interrupted.
1620s, back-formation from expurgation or from Latin expurgatus, past participle of expurgare "to cleanse out, purge, purify" (see expurgation). Related: Expurgated; expurgating. The earlier verb was simply expurge (late 15c.), from Middle French expurger.
To clean up, remove impurities. An expurgated edition of a book has had offensive words or descriptions changed or removed.