verb (used with object)
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Origin of redact
OTHER WORDS FROM redactre·dac·tion, nounre·dac·tor, nounun·re·dact·ed, adjective
WORDS THAT MAY BE CONFUSED WITH redactredact , revise
Words nearby redact
Example sentences from the Web for redact
The agencies rarely redacted the names of the suspects on whom they used force, including juveniles and mentally ill people in the thick of a crisis.How Cops Who Use Force and Even Kill Can Hide Their Names From the Public|by Kenny Jacoby, USA Today and Ryan Gabrielson, ProPublica|October 29, 2020|ProPublica
Washington State cleared Leach after conducting an investigation, and Wilson later redacted his statement.Mississippi State’s players are fleeing. Mike Leach doesn’t seem to mind.|Matt Bonesteel|October 29, 2020|Washington Post
So far, the agency has released about 500 pages of heavily redacted emails, a fifth of the total in its possession, it says.Drone Test Flight Moved Out of San Diego Following Safety Concerns|Jesse Marx|October 26, 2020|Voice of San Diego
She says the audit that’s posted publicly has been manipulated, and redacts information that is not confidential, and that she was never given Ikhrata’s response that is posted publicly.
The Times ended up publishing some documents that did not redact the names of active intelligence officers.
Nesselrode and he redact a proclamation, and entrust the printing of it to Michaud.Talleyrand|Joseph McCabe