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unredacted

[ uhn-ri-dak-tid ]
/ ˌən rɪˈdæk tɪd /
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(of a document) with confidential or sensitive information included or visible:We compared the redacted and unredacted versions; the vast majority of the deletions refer to staff memoranda, notes, and conclusions.
(of text or images) visible, not removed or hidden:The last 50 lines or so of the document contain just three lines of unredacted text.
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The rainy weather could not ________ my elated spirits on my graduation day.
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