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adjective as in revised

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The Brevard County Sheriff’s Office, which covers the central east coast including Cape Canaveral, redacted the name of a deputy who fired her gun at a drunken driver who tried to flee.

It’s impossible to tell what that means without the context of the redacted elements.

The amounts of coal involved were redacted from the copy of the settlement agreement that was made publicly available by the court.

The auditor has argued that her findings have been suppressed and that agency leaders have “manipulated” her report, by excessively redacting portions of it.

One of the redacted sections described an allegation of harassment of staff, and a cross-allegation of harassment by management against staffers for the auditor.

I guess I put [one of his legends; spoiler redacted] to rest.

The security sections of the applications have been redacted online.

Another applicant “affirmed that his infant son died … as a result of child abuse,” reads one heavily redacted example.

In addition, Koh argued for turning over the un-redacted, classified version of the opinion to Congress.

Note: Names of individual officers allegedly targeted by Dorner have been redacted.

Some of the latter were significantly abbreviated/redacted by the translator.

Their present report they redacted to the effect, "All correct as it stood," without once mentioning Heucking.


On this page you'll find 16 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to redacted, such as: adjusted, amended, improved, updated, altered, and changed.

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