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1. He heavily expurgated the work in its second edition.
2. The book was expurgated to make it suitable for children.
3. She gave an expurgated account of what had happened.
4. Most children read an expurgated version of Grimms'fairy tales.
5. Only an expurgated version of the novel has been published so far.
6. The writer expurgated some parts from his novel when he read the third times.
7. She gave an expurgated account of the ghastly happenings in Keele, and then was silent while he waited for her instructions.
8. To expurgate ( a book, for example ) prudishly.
9. He is capabled of bring out an expurgate edit 0 ion of wordsworth.
10. The ultimate objective of this article is to expurgate the research development of Chin's Academia from Malaysian Chinese Literature in the near 10 years.
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11. I think I like shakespeare's expurgate poem best, and I often wish that He has confined himself entirely to that kind.
12. The moral offen - sive remarks in the book had to be expurgated before it could be printed.
13. It was first published in 1914 in a highly expurgated version.
14. Afterwards she went back to Emma and gave her an expurgated version.
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