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The Definition of - pure (adj)

    adjective, purer, purest.
    1.
    free from anything of a different, inferior, or contaminating kind; free from extraneous matter:
    pure gold; pure water.
    2.
    unmodified by an admixture; simple or homogeneous.
    3.
    of unmixed descent or ancestry:
    a pure breed of dog.
    4.
    free from foreign or inappropriate elements:
    pure Attic Greek.
    5.
    clear; free from blemishes:
    pure skin.
    6.
    (of literary style) straightforward; unaffected.
    7.
    abstract or theoretical (opposed to applied):
    pure science.
    8.
    without any discordant quality; clear and true:
    pure tones in music.
    9.
    absolute; utter; sheer:
    to sing for pure joy.
    10.
    being that and nothing else; mere:
    a pure accident.
    11.
    clean, spotless, or unsullied:
    pure hands.
    12.
    untainted with evil; innocent:
    pure in heart.
    13.
    physically chaste; virgin.
    14.
    ceremonially or ritually clean.
    15.
    free of or without guilt; guiltless.
    16.
    independent of sense or experience:
    pure knowledge.
    17.
    Biology, Genetics.
    1. homozygous.
    2. containing only one characteristic for a trait.
    18.
    Phonetics. monophthongal.

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