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- adjective having been made clean. Opposite of
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- verb Simple past tense and past participle of
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We can prioritize everything else after these three have been cleansed from the internet.
Added Yoo, The pure and impure shall be cleansed from the Earth with fire, as commanded by my Dark Lord!
The truth is that once homosexuality is cleansed from the Roman Catholic Church, the problem of clerical sex crime will be solved.
Israel believes it to be the only people of God and that all other people are to be cleansed from the area given to them by “God”.
These shall be both popular sovereignty and the rights of the individual, and we shall see to it that the new democracy is cleansed from the top to the bottom.
All yards were manned; the bands played; the good folk on the wharves cheered like mad, for at last the stain was cleansed from the flag which Dacres had hauled down on the Guerrière.
He had seemed to regard his wife's chamber as a tabernacle, enshrining that which he held most sacred, and would never enter it until he was cleansed from the grime and dust of the stockyard and cattle camp, and had laid aside the associations of his working day.
Learnèd ladies and cleansed from the taint of all worldliness.
Israel -- a temporary exclusion, in order that they might be cleansed from the defilement of their native idolatries and gradually trained for admission into the society of God's people.
Either we must be cleansed from the pollutions of sin or we shall, as polluted, be put from that priesthood, Ezra ii.