Examples of purity in a Sentence
struggling to live a life of purity while surrounded by wickedness
Recent Examples of purity from the Web
The party thus seeks power, not purity, and the election result gave a united left the chance to block a right-wing minority government.
Conservative moral foundations favor in-group loyalty, moral purity, and respect for authority.
The study notes that climate change could further hinder efforts to restore Walden Pond to its former purity.
This purity of the late sixties, the early seventies.
In a letter to Mr. Trump last fall, retired military officers said only one US manufacturer makes the high-end steel that’s key for electrical transformers and one US smelter produces the high-purity aluminum necessary for fighter jets.
The French have a soft spot for authority, and the mighty presidency (atypical for Europe) and the academy (founded to guarantee the purity of the French language) are both symbols of that.
The flare ups come as Democrats are struggling to find a message that resonates with voters beyond being just anti-Trump and as the party is struggling to come to terms with the notion of party purity.
These drugs, however, are much more likely to cause overdose because the dosage and purity are unknown.
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Origin and Etymology of purity
First Known Use: 13th centurySee Words from the same year
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Definition of purity for English Language Learners
: lack of dirty or harmful substances
: lack of guilt or evil thoughts
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