bowdlerize

(from the article `Bowdler, Thomas`) Although criticized for tampering with Shakespeare`s text, Bowdler deserves credit for making the plays known to a wide audience. The word ...
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bowdlerize

[v] - edit by omitting or modifying parts considered indelicate
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Bowdlerize

• (v. t.) To expurgate, as a book, by omitting or modifying the parts considered offensive.
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bowdlerize

bowdlerise verb edit by omitting or modifying parts considered indelicate; `bowdlerize a novel`
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Bowdlerize

Bowd'lerĀ·ize transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Bowdlerized ; present participle & verbal noun Bowdlerizing .] [ After Dr. Thomas Bowdler , an English physician, who published an expurgated edition of Shakespeare in 1818...
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bowdlerize

edit by omitting or modifying parts considered indelicate
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Bowdlerize

To censor or alter an earlier writer's work. See discussion under bowdlerization, above.
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