to expurgate (a written work) by removing or modifying passages considered vulgar or objectionable.
The English Novel George Saintsbury
(transitive) to remove passages or words regarded as indecent from (a play, novel, etc); expurgate
noun a child’s word for dog an imitation of the bark of a dog verb (intransitive) to bark or imitate a dog’s bark Contemporary Examples The Taliban Trolled the Internet with a Dog Video and Upstaged an American POW Brian Van Reet February 10, 2014 Historical Examples Aurora Floyd, Vol. I (of 3) M. E. […]
Anatomy. Usually, bowels. the intestine. a part of the intestine. bowels. the inward or interior parts: the bowels of the earth. Archaic. feelings of pity or compassion. to disembowel. Contemporary Examples Dame Edna Mouths Off Kevin Sessums March 16, 2010 Who Is Philip Roth’s Portnoy Satirizing? Bernard Avishai August 27, 2012 A Nuclear Meltdown Survivor […]