/ (ʌnˈsɛnsəd) /

  1. (of a publication, film, letter, etc) not having been banned or edited

Words Nearby uncensored

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How to use uncensored in a sentence

  • And instantly all was excitement, the uncensored noise of which reached the little German and caused him to take to his heels.

    America First | Frances Nimmo Greene
  • Mr. and Mrs. Bullitt had some trouble at the frontier, but her diary, uncensored, came over safe for our delight.

    Ten Years Near the German Frontier | Maurice Francis Egan
  • "Scarcely a newspaper in Paris appears uncensored at present," one press organ wrote.

  • This is the story of Argive Helen, not an uncensored bulletin from the trenches.

    Superwomen | Albert Payson Terhune
  • Open and uncensored wishes are best seen in children (though children at an early age begin to show repressions).