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Spell check of purify

Correct spelling: purify

Synonyms:
complete, mitigate, purge, elucidate, mend, scrub, cast, launder, religion, vomit, scour, chasten, neaten, clean, sterilize, fine, beatify, throw up, rectify, retch, regorge, unify, sanitize, pardon, clarify, repair, better, rarefy, cat, upchuck, factor, flush, ameliorate, hallow, sublime, strip, puke, order, be sick, sanctify, condense, garble, subtilize, bless, sweep, advance, clear, cohere, coincide, regurgitate, cleanse, fumigate, embody, forgive, excuse, consecrate, distil, disinfect, simplify, emend, redeem, vomit up, wipe, deodorize, refine, distill, filter, honk, improve, sublimate, homogenize, chuck, lustrate, make pure, correct, wash, tidy, disgorge, reform, amend, meliorate, extract, spue, sick, spew, reduce, integrate.

Antonyms:
debauch, injure, harm, cloud, begrime, foul, soil, poison, demean, taint, mar, corrupt, degrade, dull, profane, debase, besmirch, contaminate, deprave, pervert, warp, dirty, impair, aggravate, sully, deteriorate, tarnish, muddy, stain, blemish, defile, spoil, vitiate, pollute, depress.

Examples of usage:

1) This was accessible to the nation, so that the sinner could lay his hand upon the head of his offering, and the priests could purify themselves before entering their own sacred place, the tabernacle proper, the shrine. - "The Expositor's Bible: The Book of Exodus", G. A. Chadwick.

2) Allah commanded him to purify the faith and spread it over the entire world. - "In Desert and Wilderness", Henryk Sienkiewicz.

3) A long martyrdom is sometimes necessary, in order to purify our souls from the concealed faults of self- love- faults interwoven in our nature, and strengthened by long indulgence. - "Letters of Madam Guyon", P. L. Upham.

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