Definition of uncensored in English:



  • Not censored.

    ‘uncensored news’
    • ‘Jeff allowed me to photograph him in an uncensored way: while he was playing, being interviewed, at dinner, at rest - everything.’
    • ‘The First Season DVD is terrific, including the expanded, uncensored pilot episode.’
    • ‘It is the only Arab news channel to present untouched news and uncensored debate.’
    • ‘Today the image, uncensored or censored, has become iconic in popular reproductions on T-shirts, refrigerator magnets and in advertising.’
    • ‘The current documents are the same, but now uncensored.’
    • ‘A free press was not an unregulated one - it was an uncensored one.’
    • ‘Don't forget - you can find all the latest uncensored news from the meeting of the anti-Kremlin right here!’
    • ‘Anyway, blogs are like diaries; they ought to be uncensored and honest.’
    • ‘‘She was uncensored, undiplomatic, and a total liar,’ noted Spielberg.’
    • ‘I can't think of a time when events of such magnitude appeared live and uncensored on our television screens to such a degree.’
    • ‘Today, they would have aired the vainglorious fiasco uncensored.’
    • ‘This Qatari satellite television network is a premier source in the Arab world of uncensored news and opinion.’
    • ‘A system which clearly informs what a video contains, and a stricter law for selling to underage people would in my opinion allow any video to be issued uncensored.’
    • ‘I went in search not of the songs or activities taught by teachers and parents, but of the uncensored rhymes and self-generated games that children pass among themselves.’
    • ‘It is only through the uncensored expression of such opinions that we can understand and seek to change the dogma of those that believe in extremism.’
    • ‘You might get some very open and uncensored Urdu expletives.’
    • ‘People are able to express their uncensored opinions and get immediate feedback from the half dozen or several hundred people who visit their site.’
    • ‘Yet it's often these realistic, unglamorous details which give his women their grace, their vitality, their uncensored sensuality.’
    • ‘They do, however, give people a global voice to express themselves in an uncensored unedited raw manner - a new development without obvious parallel.’
    • ‘Because of its small scale - its lack of major financial constraints - it's one of the last uncensored spaces.’
    unrestrained, unreserved, unrestricted, uninhibited, graphic
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