red-pencilled

red-pencil

[red-pen-suhl]
verb (used with object), red-penciled, red-penciling or (especially British) red-pencilled, red-pencilling.
to delete, censor, correct, or abridge (written material) with or as if with a pencil having a red lead: His book was heavily red-penciled before it got clearance.

Origin:
1955–60

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vb , (US) -cils, -cilling, -cilled, -cils, -ciling, -ciled
(tr) to revise or correct (a book, manuscript, etc)

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