uncensored

adjective
un·​cen·​sored | \ˌən-ˈsen(t)-sərd \

Definition of uncensored 

: not censored: such as

a : not having any part deleted or suppressed an uncensored version of the film

b : not subject to a censor's examination uncensored e-mail

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And thanks to federal election law, a local CBS affiliate in New Mexico says it is compelled to run the ad, uncensored. Fox News, "Sudden death of Baltimore politician rattles Md. gov race," 11 May 2018 This phenomenon, known as vicarious trauma, is well known to therapists, first responders, social service workers, journalists, and other professionals whose jobs require empathically interacting with trauma survivors or handling uncensored media. Alexander Tsai, STAT, "When police officers kill unarmed blacks, it affects blacks’ mental health across the country," 27 June 2018 When the segment was broadcast, the offending word was bleeped out, but it was left uncensored on the clip that was posted online. John Koblin, New York Times, "Samantha Bee Apologizes for a Slur Against Ivanka Trump," 31 May 2018 Anthony Bourdain’s rough edges and uncensored way of looking at the world were irresistible to the many fans of his travel food shows, cookbooks and tell-all books on what life was really like in the kitchen. Jenn Harris, latimes.com, "From In-N-Out to Chateau Marmont, Anthony Bourdain understood what makes L.A. great," 8 June 2018 President Donald Trump can’t block critics from following his Twitter account, a federal judge ruled in a decision that opens his favorite communication forum to uncensored commentary from political opponents. Chris Dolmetsch, Bloomberg.com, "Judge Rules Trump Can’t Block People on Twitter," 23 May 2018 After an uncensored rant ended his 10-day career as the White House communications director, Scaramucci is returning to SkyBridge Capital as co-managing partner. Polina Marinova, Fortune, "Term Sheet -- Tuesday, May 1," 1 May 2018 Shot by NFL Films pioneer Steve Sabol, the movie captures bone-crunching hits, trash talking and a few uncensored obscenities. Bill Dow, Detroit Free Press, "Freep Film Festival: Paper Lion, George Plimpton back on big screen," 13 Apr. 2018 Much of the ire was directed at CNN, which was among the networks whose reporters repeatedly used the phrase on air, uncensored, Politico reported. Fox News, "CNN takes brunt of TV viewers' complaints to FCC about 's---hole' stories: report," 5 Apr. 2018

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First Known Use of uncensored

1890, in the meaning defined at sense 2

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