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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishpuritypu‧ri‧ty /ˈpjʊərəti $ ˈpjʊr-/ ●○○ noun [uncountable]  PUREthe quality or state of being pure the purity of tap water spiritual purity impurity
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purityDostoevsky was writing about purity, not chastity or virginity.White also appeals due to its association with innocence and purity.In 1970, Mr Pozsgay joined the Agitprop department - the party's watchdog on ideological purity and the media.In literature, the swan has been a symbol of purity and virtue.Just a white-hot bonding with the words and feelings in the song, a raw purity that will take your breath away.In later poetry she is the embodiment of wisdom, reason, purity.Use of the chemicals could harm the purity of dairy products.There is a lovely sense of the purity of Elisha in the way he didn't condemn or judge.I was convinced of one thing: of the purity and truth of my love for you.spiritual purityBut until that time comes, we can only keep the laws relating to spiritual purity which are unconnected with the Temple.
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