Definition of purify :
scour, mitigate, chuck, subtilize, clean out, ameliorate, condense, celebrant, regorge, spew, fumigate, sort out, upchuck, spue, deodorize, pick up after, distill, barf, ceremony, repair, sublime, flush, sublimate, puke, clean up, rectify, anoint, retch, improve, reform, circumcision, brush, pick up, forgive, honk, mend, excuse, amend, advance, fine, disgorge, lustrate, confession, chasten, emend, correct, make pure, hallow, redeem, sick, circumcise, better, vomit up, make better, sanctify, consecrate, garble, rarefy, vomit, cat, beatify, religion, meliorate, be sick, bless, contemplation, pardon, clear out, throw up, blessing, cast, straighten up, distil, regurgitate, extract
clean (part of speech: verb)
unify (part of speech: verb)
simplify (part of speech: verb)
- And all do I lay to the count of my love, which doth purify and make sweet and fearless the human heart. - "The Night Land", William Hope Hodgson.
- It is the distinguishing glory of Christianity not to rest satisfied with superficial appearances, but to rectify the motives, and purify the heart. - "A Practical View of the Prevailing Religious System of Professed Christians, in the Middle and Higher Classes in this Country, Contrasted with Real Christianity.", William Wilberforce.
- Would the time come when India, like Europe, would require an Inquisition to purify the sovereignty of the Church? - "The Moghul", Thomas Hoover.