At Antwerp the cakes are coloured yellow with saffron to suggest the purgatorial flames.
Shall we invest with like purgatorial powers the flaming swords that barred the way to Paradise?
And let him not fancy that there are any purgatorial pains except before that final and dreadful judgment.
The speakers were a pair of old purgatorial Twins, not without alleviations, designed by Nature to multiply.
To the discard with it, where, flaming in purgatorial fires, it may be refashioned for future reincarnation on some other planet.
It no longer heals the sick; but it conducts a purgatorial lottery at so much a head!
If they should cost her a decade in purgatorial torments, she would feel that they were worth it.
The subsequent restoration of Israel shows that the fires to which the elegist here calls our attention were purgatorial.
Philip was passing through a purgatorial fire, and his old master was feeding it with fuel on every side.
The sallies of a Schopenhauer and a Nietzsche lack the purgatorial note which religious sadness gives forth.