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Friday, August 12, 2011

Definitions for mundify

  1. To purge or purify.
  2. To cleanse.

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Citations for mundify
The cleric, fatigued and mumpish, scolded her, saying that a woman of her burdensome years should return home and mundify her morphewed sins. Edward Dahlberg, The Olive of Minerva: Or, The Comedy of a Cuckold
Vigorous efforts to mundify old nasty habits should find priority as a substruction on which the edifice of the efforts of humanising the police should be built. Praveen Kumar, Indian Police
Origin of mundify
late Middle English
Mundify is built from two Latin roots, mundi-, "to clean," and ficare, "to do."