Pure synonyms

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Belonging to, or proceeding from the original stock; native; hence, not counterfeit, spurious, false, or adulterated; authentic; real; natural; true; pure.
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The definition of pellucid is clear, simple or easy to understand.
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Quick and exact in sensing and responding:
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(Of a material or object) See-through, clear; having the property that light passes through it almost undisturbed, such that one can see through it clearly.
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(Law) Executed in a manner so as to produce legal effectiveness:
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Clear or brilliant in color or sound; vivid or intense
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Restrained and simple in style; not ornate
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(Archaic) Complete in itself; perfect. [First attested around 1350 to 1470.]
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(Rare) Of a lustrum, or five-year period
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Extremely or excessively strict in matters of morals and religion
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Of superior quality.
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Unseen
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Not contaminated:
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Of a physical object, untouched.
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Utter is defined as complete or total.
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Uncultured; ignorant
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(Informal) Continuing in fashion because of its simple style
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Impervious to outside interference or influence:
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The definition of impeccable is defined as something that is faultless.
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Not violated or profaned; intact:
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Having no faults or defects, as in character; irreproachable
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Not pure
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Contaminated, specif. with harmful chemicals, waste material, etc.
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Habitually tidy or well-organized:
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Evident to one's senses or reason; manifest, clear, unmistakable. [from 14th c.]
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Persuasive, effective, and cogent:
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Sharply defined; clear-cut:
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Discerning or perceiving easily; keen:
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Actual; not merely possible or ideal
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Not altered, embellished, or modified:
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Still pure; uncorrupted; unspoiled
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Not characterized by luxury or elaborate commitments:
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Out-and-out; utter:
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(Biol.) Of a solid color, without marks or spots
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Made of stainless steel
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Clean
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Lacking blemishes or faults:
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Free from elements, such as filth or pathogens, that endanger health; hygienic:
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Made or rendered pure or more pure.
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Characterized by great subtlety, precision, etc.
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(UK) Not proved.
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Indicating timidity, hesitancy, or uncertainty
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Characteristic of a philosopher, as in equanimity, enlightenment, and wisdom.
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The definition of complete is someone or something that is finished or whole and that is not missing anything or any parts.
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Made up of, intended for, or open to people of different sexes:
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Not mixed
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Not mixed
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Not sportsmanlike:
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Not guilty of a specific crime or offense; legally blameless:
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Of, relating to, resembling, or characteristic of archangels
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Of, or relating to a cherub; angelic
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Resembling crystal, as in transparency or distinctness of structure or outline.
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Showing reverence
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Without fault; free from defect or error.
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Having been filtered (e.g., coffee grounds).
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Well-behaved; obedient:
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Free from guile; honest but naïve.
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Free from guilt; innocent
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(--- Obs.) Uncontaminated; not rotten
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That cannot be violated; indestructible
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Free from blame, not open to reproach or criticism; blameless.
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Based on strong likelihood or firm conviction, rather than on the actual evidence:
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1822, T. Creevey, Reminiscences, 28 Jul:
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The definition of perfect is someone or something that is excellent, correct and flawless.
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Characterized by sanctimony:
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Superficially or hypocritically virtuous.
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Incapable of producing others of its kind; barren
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Not alloyed; pure; specif., not mixed with other metals
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Without qualification or exception; absolute:
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Relating to or characteristic of the vestal virgins.
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Full of virtue, having excellent moral character.
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(Chemistry) Originally, the purifying of oils and other substances by emulsification with hot water; now more generally, a thorough cleansing of a precipitate or other non-dissolved substance. [First attested from around 1350 to 1470.]
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The release of emotions as the result of recalling or reliving a traumatic, repressed experience with which they are associated
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The definition of catharsis is letting out your anger or frustration so you can feel better.
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The condition or quality of being chaste, especially the condition of not having had sexual intercourse or of abstaining from sexual relations.
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The definition of cleanliness means the state of being free from dirt or unwanted matter.
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Self-restraint, especially abstinence from sexual intercourse.
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Any of several processes for the removal of impurities, or for clarifying various materials.
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Any type of political cleansing, such as ethnic cleansing
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(Politics, law) The restoration of credibility to a government by the purging of perpetrators of crimes committed under an earlier regime.
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A religious act in which a defiled person is made clean or free from sin.
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Saintliness or holiness
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A particular manifestation of moral excellence in a person; an admirable quality. [from 13th c.]
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To render humble or restrained.
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(Christianity) To sanctify (bread and wine) for Eucharistic use through a ritual regarded by some Christian churches as effecting transubstantiation.
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To rid of a polluting or harmful substance, as poison gas, radioactive products, etc.
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To cleanse or purify or become cleansed or purified.
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To extract the essence of; concentrate; purify.
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(Rare) To free from acidity.
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To free from or rid of an evil spirit, malign influence, or other harmful factor:
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To respect or honor greatly; revere.
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To purify by means of certain ceremonies
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To purge (of or from)
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(By extension) to make something, such as a dramatic work, more acceptable by removing potentially offensive material
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Not steady or constant; varying
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Corrupted or filled with imperfections.
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Put into practice or a particular use:
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Manifested in or involving practice:
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The definition of immoral is not following accepted principles of right and wrong behavior.
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The definition of vulgar is something that is in poor taste, that lacks in sophistication, that is rude or unrefined, or that is associated with the masses.
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Not conforming to traditional sexual mores; indecent:
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Not proper and fitting; unseemly; improper
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(Obs.) Changed from a sound condition to an unsound one; spoiled; contaminated; rotten
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Not diluted or mixed with other substances
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In a pure state. Not mixed with other substances.
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Not diluted or mixed with other substances.
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Being only what it seems to be; mere.
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Covering all aspects without exception
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That is plainly such; out-and-out; notorious
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Complete in every detail, perfect, absolute.
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(Informal) Thorough; complete
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Condemned or deserving condemnation
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Complete; utter:
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Directly to the point; plain; unambiguous; unevasive.
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Having no variations in height.
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Made without constraints, stipulations, or additional payments owed:
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Very exact, accurate, or painstaking, esp. with regard to details
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Precise and painstaking
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Complete; entire; undivided.
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Having no boundaries or limits:
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Admitting of no doubt or misunderstanding; clear and unambiguous:
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Without qualification or exception; absolute:
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Not modified by conditions or reservations; absolute:
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Continuous or unvarying:
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Not set aside for advance sale
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The definition of flat out is to move at top speed.
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Positive is defined as good, looking towards the good side of things, showing certainty, showing the presence of an illness or substance, more than zero, or charged with positive electricity.
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Used as an intensive:
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Of an angel or the angels; spiritual; heavenly
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Belonging to, or proceeding from, angels; resembling, characteristic of, or partaking of the nature of, an angel.
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Innocent, having a reputation beyond reproach.
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Without sin; innocent
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Untouched or unsullied; fresh:
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Having or showing a moderate opinion of one's own value, abilities, achievements, etc.; not vain or boastful; unassuming
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Loud and firm; resounding:
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The definition of limited is something or someone with boundaries or restrictions.
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In or into a satisfactory state or condition:
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Morally beyond reproach, especially in sexual conduct
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Designating certain vegetable and animal fats and oils thought to cause unhealthy levels of cholesterol in the bloodstream
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(Figuratively) Firmly fixed in opinions or habits.
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Continuing indefinitely or for a long period of time.
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The whole amount; entire; total before any deductions.
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(Mildly vulgar) An intensifier.
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Clearly distinguished or delineated:
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without qualification; used informally as (often pejorative) intensifiers
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Capable of dissolving more of a solute at a given temperature.
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(Rare) Belonging to the school of Plato; believing in Plato's philosophy; sceptical . [First attested in the late 16th century.]
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Promising; likely:
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Easily intelligible; clear:
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Clear to the mind; readily understood
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Clean
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Self-restrained; temperate
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The definition of celibate is refraining from sexual relations, usually for religious reasons.
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The definition of theoretical is something that is based on an assumption or opinion.
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Not meriting blame or censure; undeserving of reproof.
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Of the ancient supposed elements of earth, air, fire and water
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The definition of fresh is something recently harvested, recently produced or newly made.
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The definition of out-and-out is something total or complete.
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Fairly good; acceptable; satisfactory:
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