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Pure

Antonyms for pure:

polluted, tainted, gross, obscene, corrupt, mitigated, dirty, false, indecent, contaminated, evil, dark, applied, inharmonious, impure, vulgar, unsaturated, fake, unchaste, foul.

Synonyms for pure:

Sense 1

all, real, proper, all-around, awful, antiseptic, comprehensive, unblended, resounding, altogether, fairly, flaming, completely, all-round, impeccable, net, genuine, especially, global, perfectly, round, hopeless, possible, full-strength, sound, right, big time, plenary, stinging, incredible, potable, full-scale, imaginable, self-contained, unutterable, crushing, literally, in depth, crashing, unrelieved, abject, terrible.

Sense 2

organic, tasteful, outright, blinding, out-and-out, lily-white, untouched, downright, particular, full, original.

Sense 3

flat out, all-out, unbounded, Poisoned, elegant, unlimited.

Sense 4

unequivocal, blooming.

Sense 5

unqualified.

Sense 6

modest, high.

Sense 7

unreserved, positive.

Sense 8

dead.

Sense 10

flat.

authentic

sterling.

corrupt

vicious.

genuine

valid.

holy

sacred.

nutritious

healthful.

refined

spiritual.

sacred

sacramental.

sinless

holy.

unblemished

unspoiled.

unmixed

unmixed, straight.

Other synonyms and related words:

perfect, utter, plumb, dead, absolute, unmixed, sheer, severe, impeccable, regular.

absolute (adjective)

crashing, entire.

absolute, utter (adjective)

sheer, thorough, unmitigated, mere, unqualified.

all (adjective)

saturated.

antiseptic (adjective)

unpolluted, sterile.

artless (adjective)

unadorned.

beautiful (adjective)

fair.

celibate (adjective)

intact, asexual, celibate, bachelor, maiden, solitary, monkish, abstemious, chaste, unwed, single, monastic, lone, alone, old maid, virginal, unplowed, abstinent, unmarried, ascetic, spinsterish.

clean (adjective)

sanitary, neat, unstained, uncontaminated, orderly, unsoiled, hygienic, sterile, fastidious, Taintless, tidy, spick-and-span.

clean, uncontaminated (adjective)

sterile, untarnished, refined, pristine, unspotted, unsullied, unblemished, stainless, unsoiled, spotless, untainted, unpolluted, immaculate, sanitary, purified, Taintless, unstained.

good (adjective)

incorrupt.

innocent (adjective)

uncorrupted, angelical, undefiled, untainted, irreproachable, unstained.

mere (adjective)

unmixed.

perfect (adjective)

perfect.

pure (adjective)

guiltless, Simon-pure, monolithic, elemental, honorable, unadulterated, bare, clear, undiluted, spotless, primary, fundamental, chaste, innocent, undefiled, decent, blameless, untainted, sinless, unalloyed, purebred, immaculate, untarnished, unsullied, austere, nascent, stainless, elementary, primal, basal, clean, atomic, aboriginal, unadorned, virtuous, foundational, formative, indivisible, plain, prime, essential, simple, faultless, white, uncluttered, irreducible, unblemished, angelic, stark, basic.

respectable (adjective)

irreproachable, fair, good, angelical, upstanding, noble, right-minded, law-abiding, respectable, worthy, blameless, virtuous, untarnished, unimpeachable, righteous, saintly, moral, forthright, estimable, honest, creditable, principled, true, honorable.

safe (adjective)

innoxious.

simple (adjective)

austere, bare, plain, unsophisticated, crystalline, unadulterated, refined, terse, uncomplicated, childlike, elementary, direct, candid, simple, artless, clear, bald, spare, chaste, innocent.

straight (adjective)

undiluted, full-strength.

transparent (adjective)

clear, limpid.

unblended (adjective)

unblended.

unmixed (adjective)

straight.

unmixed, genuine (adjective)

simple, straight, unclouded, real, limpid, unmingled, out-and-out, plain, plenary, fair, unadulterated, neat, complete, undiluted, classic, true, clear, perfect, total, unalloyed.

virginal, chaste (adjective)

good, virtuous, irreproachable, sinless, decent, uncorrupted, blameless, continent, celibate, honest, innocent, fresh, righteous, clean, modest, undefiled.

virtuous (adjective)

virtuous, Taintless, guiltless, righteous, uncorrupted, good, moral, unspotted, estimable, creditable, angelical, worthy, faultless, noble, respectable, unsullied, valorous, heroic, upstanding, honorable, decent, high-minded, ethical, blameless, clean.

Sense 2 (noun)

unblended, full-strength.

Sense 4 (noun)

proper, lily-white, right.

Sense 5 (noun)

modest.

chaste (noun)

continent.

Usage examples for pure:

  • No, there is no pure love but strong love! - "The Adventures of Harry Richmond, Complete", George Meredith Last Updated: March 7, 2009.
  • Perhaps M. Niedzwiecki, to whom he made the remark took as earnest a pure bit of nonsense, and perhaps-! - "Chopin: The Man and His Music", James Huneker.
  • " It was an accident," said Ralph-" pure and simple." - "Ralph of the Roundhouse", Allen Chapman.

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