Examples of purity in a Sentence
struggling to live a life of purity while surrounded by wickedness
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White represents light, innocence, purity, joy, triumph, and glory.
Many cultures see jade as a symbol of prosperity, purity, and tranquility—celebrating the stone for its ability to absorb negative energy.
Building a league around ideological purity translates into a misguided business plan.
The average purity of fentanyl shipped into America by post is over 90%, compared with 7% for that seized on the land borders.
There's a purity to its premise—huge Power Rangers-style fistfights between machines and monsters—with a surprisingly thoughtful and optimistic core.
Even now, over a year later, the Obama liberals prefer the simplicity and purity of Resistance to frank self-evaluation.
Chinese buyers say they like Moutai’s baijiu for its complex flavor and a purity that prevents hangovers — but its special manufacturing process also puts limits on its production.
Members from the conservative- and libertarian-leaning Freedom Caucus insist on ideological purity, bordering on anarchy, in keeping with the fading Tea Party movement needle him.
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Origin and Etymology of purity
First Known Use: 13th centurySee Words from the same year
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