\pjˈʊɹɪti], \pjˈʊɹɪti], \p_j_ˈʊ_ɹ_ɪ_t_i]\
Definitions of PURITY
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n. [Latin] Condition of being pure;-freedom from foreign admixture or heterogeneous matter ;-freedom from foulness or dirt :-freedom from guilt or the defilement of sin ; -freedom from any sinister or improper views ;-freedom from foreign idioms, from barbarous or improper words or phrases ; chastity ; innocence ; sincerity.
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