Examples of purist in a Sentence
a purist who only drinks European wines
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There was no shortage of opinions from uniform purists and fans.
Ntilikina made several passes — bounce passes for the purists left among us — against the Nets in transition that, more even than Porzingis, roused the Garden in the way that only visionary ball-sharing can.
Not all of these amalgamations were capped by a slice of bread, so purists might balk at calling them sandwiches.
This new-style market, much lamented by purists, has driven the price of The Great Gatsby, in dust jacket, into six figures.
While purists decry the polish that Blackwell put on Marley's records, most agree that Marley was a willing participant and that each record released during the singer's lifetime improved on the last. 15.
Muscle-car purists tend to decry anything built after that year as down on performance and less than classically styled.
This year marks the 20th anniversary of the first book, Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone (or Philosopher’s Stone, for Anglophilic purists), which has encouraged an even greater glut of celebratory content.
Eminem is the Trump-bashing hip-hop purist ever conscious of his place in a black art form.
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