from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Not edited or revised.
- adj. Not adapted for a special audience or purpose.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. not having been altered from the original version: not edited
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. not changed by editing
A Breitbart website later posted what it described as unedited video of the encounter taken from two camera angles.
But her best compositions remain unedited and neglected, some of them buried in obscure places; and a collection of her sketches and letters and critical essays, would be a valuable addition to our stores of female literature.
The microsite will include the commercials and what is described as the unedited film from which the commercials are being created.
Their press release, helpfully reproduced in unedited form as a news article by CNN, scolds media outlets for rushing to blame Dziekanski’s death on his being tasered.
If I had contact with the author I'd write to 'em why: usually because they weren't ready for prime time, as in unedited.
This "unedited" viral marketing video is pretty telling.
The troublesome word is "unedited," and though Lipsky would use it approvingly to suggest a breadth of vision, the word also suggests a lack of proportion that has been the most consistent, lingering, and wrongheaded criticism of Wallace's work throughout his career.
And Walter Kirn, weighing in on Wallace's final collection, Oblivion, heaped opprobrium on Wallace's "unedited" feed:
Jon Stewart took enough interest in the guy to have him stick around for a couple of rounds of "unedited" prying.
Has anyone managed to watch the "unedited" Indianapolis tape?