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make pure

v. remove impurities from, increase the concentration of, and separate through the process of distillation; "purify the water" [syn: purify, sublimate, distill]

Usage examples of "make pure".

Through it alone it becomes possible to make pure mathematics in their full precision applicable to objects of experience, which without that principle would by no means be self-evident, nay, has actually provoked much contradiction.

Maybe the disaster-producing apparatus simply isn't there when you make pure cultures.

Most of the aliens had already withdrawn their representatives from the House anyway, but the measure would make Pure Humanity happy, and Finn needed another scapegoat to focus popular resentment on, now the espers were gone.

As soon as scientists revealed the amount of power flung into the atmosphere to make pure noise, the average citizen suspected the worst Scientific progress had become the most urgent need of every nation, and was expected to be the end of all of them.