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pure

(pyūr),
Unadulterated; free from admixture or contamination with any extraneous matter.
[L. purus]

pure

(pūr) free from mixture with or contamination by other materials.

pure

[pyo̅o̅r]
1 free of contamination by extraneous matter.
2 a state in which a substance contains nothing other than itself.

pure

Drug slang
noun A regional term for uncut heroin

pure

(pyūr)
Unadulterated; free from admixture or contamination with any extraneous matter.
[L. purus]
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WE HAVE PURE-BLOODED RUSSIAN WILD BOAR THAT IS FARM-RAISED, SO IT'S A MUCH DARKER MEAT AND FINER QUALITY BOAR THAN ONE GETS FROM FERAL HOGS," OWNER GEORGE FAISON TELLS GROCERY HEADQUARTERS.
The dognappers had pretended to be interested in purchasing Betty, a pure-blooded puppy valued at $1,800, but instead sped off with the pooch after taking her into the front yard of her Burbank home.
It is against this background that Hopkins asserts that not only Egyptian but also Babylonian royalty was African as well, and insists on the "racial purity" of Meroitic Kushite civilization: "'And Meroe, the greatest city of them all, pure-blooded Ethiopian'" (556).