expurgatory


ex·pur·ga·to·ry

adjective \ek-ˈspər-gə-ˌtr-ē\

Definition of EXPURGATORY

:  serving to purify from something morally harmful, offensive, or erroneous

First Known Use of EXPURGATORY

1625

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