expurgate[ ek-sper-geyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF expurgate
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR EXPURGATE
There is not the slightest reason to regret this thing or to expurgate it.
If they were not there, les intellectuels of Athens could not expurgate them.
It is admitted that the poets did not in the same way "expurgate" the "Cyclic" epics.
Dickens, as we have also stated, consented to expurgate that novel.
His principal object was to expurgate it from impurities and to supersede it by what he considered a more edifying text.
Therefore the editor undertook to expurgate the epigrammatists, especially Catullus and Martial.
Homer himself found such deeds in the tradition; and though he regards them with horror, he cannot expurgate them.
The dreamer sees a worshipper—his wife—enter, to palliate or expurgate her soul of some ugly stain.
His speech was two or three words longer, but they are inappropriate at the end of a chapter, and I expurgate.