The ermine was also written about by Leonardo as a symbol of her purity.
But nothing behooves a believer like condemnation—persecution is the mark of success, abandonment the measure of purity.
I don’t think that happened in the ‘90s and the ‘80s and I wonder if there’s a purity to that that I envy sometimes.
purity refers to the chemical composition of the substance being taken.
There is a purity that extends from north Orlando to this gathering of gaudy dilettantes.
All white flowers were regarded as typifying her purity and sanctity, and were consecrated to her festivals.
The world's notions of purity are simply childish—because it is not itself pure.
No one, I think, will venture to impugn the motives or the purity of the intentions of Miss Heald in taking this step.
The whole door was resplendent in the purity of intense cold.
It inspires its beholders with feelings of innocence and purity; it makes them like little children.
c.1200, from Old French purete "simple truth," earlier purte (12c., Modern French pureté), from Late Latin puritatem (nominative puritas) "cleanness, pureness," from Latin purus "clean, pure, unmixed; chaste, undefiled" (see pure (adj.)).