- v edit by omitting or modifying parts considered indelicate
- s having material deleted
at that time even Shakespeare was considered dangerous except in the expurgated versions
- Details of MPs' expenses were due to be published by the authorities in expurgated form this summer.
- Ninety-seven editors let the warning pass, knowing full well that he could be expurgated like anybody else, if he broke the laws of libel or good taste.
- Both old and New Testament had been carefully revised and expurgated of all things that might bring evil thoughts to the young.