Definitions

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  • adjective Made or rendered pure or more pure.
  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of purify.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • After lighting candles whose wicks are soaked in purified butter, the priests chant and blow a conch shell; the sounds are said to emulate the creation of the earth from the ocean depths and meant to scare off demons.

    Perry Garfinkel: A Hind-Jew in India

  • Water is purified from the Hudson River, as well as utilizing grey water recycling.

    Waterpod and Floating Villages « Colleen Anderson

  • Is it safe to simply wash them in purified water or is some further treatment necessary?

    rasberries

  • Is it safe to simply wash them in purified water or is some further treatment necessary?

    rasberries

  • Is it safe to simply wash them in purified water or is some further treatment necessary?

    rasberries

  • Antipodes Water, purified from the deepest aquifer in New Zealand arrived at the table and a basket of warm, albeit bland bread.

    BlackSteel: Zen-like Cuisine in a ‘Chrome Hearts’ Atmosphere

  • I wash everything twice in purified water, and the heavy skinned fruits I often use dishwashing soap on.

    Treating Veggies and Fruit

  • I do wash my veggies, just like when I lived up north, in purified water.

    Treating Veggies and Fruit

  • The idea of simply rinsing things like lettuce in purified water doesn't seem to me that it would be effective against microorganisms, but zapping them with chemicals does (sort of).

    Atkin's Diet

  • After an incredibly long and tedious series of experiments, each often lasting for 96 consecutive hours, we found the heme in purified guanylate cyclase.

    Louis J. Ignarro - Autobiography

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