Bixine is a purified extract of anotta made in France, and used by dyers.
Still that could not matter, since charity redeemed and purified all.
There was a real sustained attempt to unite all Christendom under a purified and reorganized church.
But if the loveliness of her character should have purified his, and drawn and bound his soul to hers?
They had stopped at the Lavatory outside the walls, washed themselves and had purchased the white garments of the purified.
"Everything that grew or moved was purified," she went on ringingly.
The poem, then, is the work of a Hindu idealist who personified Bengal under the form of a purified and spiritualized Kali.
Every trait is refined, purified, vivified, raised to another plane of character.
purified by the Holy Ghost we may again be like ourselves and God.
Now they are purified, and you must never get into such a naughty temper again.
early 14c., "free from spiritual pollution," from Old French purefier "purify, cleanse, refine" (12c.), from Latin purificare "to make pure," from purus "pure" (see pure) + root of facere "to make" (see factitious). Meaning "free from extraneous matter" is recorded from mid-15c. Related: Purified; purifying.