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verb redact is more specific than edit, scarcely overlaps with censor, and is genuinely useful:mid-19th century -- essentially, a fancy or technical *synonym* of "edit" -- to this a more specific sense.
examples are of UNREDACTED being used as a reference to blacked-out bits of text that are "classified" or "sensitive" -- effectively, as a replacement for the unpleasant participle CENSORED.
by Whistleblower ACT 135 July 26, 2009

Words related to unredacted

blacked-out classified confidential edit sensitive