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  • EN [ pjʊə(r)]
  • US [ pjʊr]

English definition


  • 1. free of extraneous elements of any kind;

    • "pure air and water"
    • "pure gold"
    • "pure primary colors"
    • "the violin's pure and lovely song"
    • "pure tones"
  • 2. without qualification; used informally as (often pejorative) intensifiers;

    • "an arrant fool"
    • "a complete coward"
    • "a consummate fool"
    • "a double-dyed villain"
    • "gross negligence"
    • "a perfect idiot"
    • "pure folly"
    • "what a sodding mess"
    • "stark staring mad"
    • "a thoroughgoing villain"
    • "utter nonsense"
  • 3. concerned with theory and data rather than practice; opposed to applied;

    • "pure science"
  • 4. (of color) being chromatically pure; not diluted with white or gray or black

  • 5. free from discordant qualities

  • 6. used of persons or behaviors; having no faults; sinless;

    • "I felt pure and sweet as a new baby"- Sylvia Plath
    • "pure as the driven snow"
  • 7. in a state of sexual virginity;

    • "pure and vestal modesty"
    • "a spinster or virgin lady"
    • "men have decreed that their women must be pure and virginal"
  • 8. not mixed;

    • "pure oxygen"

Example sentences

  • I lost your file by pure mischance.

  • Her pains are mostly pure imagination.

  • She and I both arrived at the same time by pure coincidence.

  • We can guarantee it pure.

  • He did it out of pure benevolence.

  • The evening dress is made out of pure silk.

  • The marriage of them is a pure love match.

  • That girl is a pure Red Indian.

  • She can speak pure English.

  • The whole story is a pure invention.

  • It's laziness, pure and simple.

  • We ensured it to be pure.

  • This is a romantic ballad that is pure corn.

  • This is pure slander and I'll sue him for defamation if he doesn't apologize.

  • Pure air is colourless and odourless.

  • Pure gold is tempered in a blazing fire.

  • It is a pure fabrication.

  • Mathematics is the science of pure quantity.

  • He gazed at her with pure adoration.

  • the pure escapism of adventure movies

  • It was pure guesswork on our part.

  • Their affair was driven by pure lust.

  • Amy felt a moment of pure, panicky loneliness.

  • Somehow she'd always been a child in his mind, pure and virginal.

  • Pure water sometimes does not freeze until it reaches minus 40 degrees Celsius.

  • "Aromatherapy oils" are not pure essential oils but dilutions.

  • That's down to pure hard work.

  • It was pure, unadulterated hell.

  • Scientists transmuted matter into pure energy and exploded the first atomic bomb.

Phrase collocation

  • pure and simple

    and nothing else (used for emphasis)

    • it was revenge, pure and simple.


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