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adjective as in omitted

adjective as in removed

adjective as in stricken

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Radel has since had his record expunged and, even better, is back on Twitter.

That was the deal the lawyer worked out: a plea of guilty in exchange for the record being expunged if Trey stayed out of trouble.

Therefore, under German law, he is considered not guilty of a war crime and his criminal record in Germany has been expunged.

Greene accepted a plea bargain that allowed for his record to be expunged provided he underwent counseling.

All references to LKI were expunged from Web sites and answering machines and directories and syllabuses.

It had however only the authority of the Crown, and was expunged in the authorised form of prayer for 1662.

The religion of Egypt served evidently as a basis for the religion of Moses, who expunged from it the worship of idols.

On a division, the first clause was expunged by a majority of one hundred and forty-nine against eighty.

Lucretius is scabrous and rough in these; he seeks them: as some do Chaucerisms with us, which were better expunged and banished.

Aminta had got thus far when she found 'Queen of Brunes' expunged by a mist: she imagined hearing the secretary's laugh.


On this page you'll find 30 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to expunged, such as: absent, deleted, erased, forgotten, missing, and neglected.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.