- v make sanitary by cleaning or sterilizing
- v make less offensive or more acceptable by removing objectionable features
- a made sanitary
- Simon Cowell in Evening Echo
Cowell said: "What you see is what happened. We don't try and censor this show. I've always said we will allow viewers to look through the keyhole and that's what we do. It's raw and we don't censor. It's not a sanitised, make-believe show."
- Gordon Strachan in Sportinglife.com
When I first came here three years ago it seemed the game had got sanitised,Strachan said. "It has gone more retro and gone back to the 1980s. There are more local lads playing now and that's added more tension. You will always find some...
- Mark Latham in Financial Times
Four years ago Mark Latham, a former Australian Labor leader, warned that "the Aussie bloke is in crisis and in danger of being replaced by nervous wrecks, metrosexuals, knobs and tossbags because leftwing feminists have sanitised public culture".