unabridged

[uhn-uh-brijd]
adjective
1.
not abridged or shortened, as a book.
noun
2.
a dictionary that has not been reduced in size by omission of terms or definitions; the most comprehensive edition of a given dictionary.

Origin:
1590–1600; un-1 + abridged


1. entire, complete, uncut, uncondensed.
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unabridged (ˌʌnəˈbrɪdʒd)
 
adj
(of a book, speech, etc) not reduced in length by condensing

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Word Origin & History

unabridged
1599, from un- (1) "not" + pp. of abridge. Since 19c. chiefly in ref. to literary works.
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Example sentences
Below is a listing of the shortened terms used in the table and their full,
  unabridged equivalents used in the report.
See the next page for a listing of the shortened terms in the table and their
  full unabridged equivalents used in the report.
They symbolize much that has been lost to progress wide-open spaces,
  self-sufficiency and a sense of unabridged freedom.
The files holding the data are as thick as unabridged dictionaries.
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