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  • as inincomplete
  • as inrefined

synonyms for expurgated

  • deficient
  • fragmentary
  • inadequate
  • insufficient
  • lacking
  • partial
  • sketchy
  • abridged
  • broken
  • crude
  • defective
  • fractional
  • garbled
  • half-done
  • immature
  • imperfect
  • incoherent
  • meager
  • part
  • rough
  • rude
  • rudimentary
  • short
  • unaccomplished
  • unconsummated
  • under construction
  • undeveloped
  • undone
  • unexecuted
  • unpolished
  • processed
  • pure
  • purified
  • aerated
  • clarified
  • clean
  • cleansed
  • distilled
  • drained
  • filtered
  • rarefied
  • strained
  • washed
  • boiled down
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antonyms for expurgated

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  • adequate
  • ample
  • complete
  • enough
  • sufficient
  • total
  • whole
  • accomplished
  • finished
  • perfect
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How to use expurgated in a sentence

His narrative of her behaviour had to be expurgated when his Memoirs were published in 1827.
THE CLOSET OF SIR KENELM DIGBY KNIGHT OPENEDKENELM DIGBY
The inculpated works would have been expurgated or forbidden, if necessary.
A HISTORY OF THE INQUISITION OF SPAIN; VOL. 4HENRY CHARLES LEA
The Christians burned much, in spite of their professions of love; and what they did not burn they expurgated.
DECADENCE AND OTHER ESSAYS ON THE CULTURE OF IDEASREMY DE GOURMONT
It is the question of the authorization of an expurgated edition proceeding from me, that deepest engages me.
THE LETTERS OF ANNE GILCHRIST AND WALT WHITMANWALT WHITMAN
Miss Letitia gave her expurgated books to read, and forbade her to read divorce court proceedings in the newspapers.
THE WINDOW AT THE WHITE CATMARY ROBERTS RINEHART
Though it was very much expurgated, all engaged in it were excommunicated by the pope in 1759.
ENCYCLOPAEDIA BRITANNICA, 11TH EDITION, VOLUME 9, SLICE 3VARIOUS
They have expurgated Shakespeare, they have fought the theater, they are always ready for the moral battle.
CHILDREN OF THE MARKET PLACEEDGAR LEE MASTERS
Sandy gave her a condensed and somewhat expurgated account to which she listened with her face aglow.
RIMROCK TRAILJ. ALLAN DUNN
A curious expurgated edition, authorized by the pope, appeared at Florence, 1573.
ENCYCLOPAEDIA BRITANNICA, 11TH EDITION, VOLUME 4, SLICE 1VARIOUS
After being regarded as the word of God for two thousand years, it has been expurgated.
HOW THE BIBLE WAS INVENTEDM. M. MANGASARIAN
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