Definition of unpurified in English:

unpurified

Syllabification: un·pu·ri·fied

adjective

Not made pure: unpurified water
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  • The dry root can be immediately used in the form of a decoction with water or, alternatively, the unpurified water extract can be compacted to make tablets for clinical use.
  • At its best, landscape painting is not, in Henry Fuseli's words, ‘the tame delineation of a given spot’; not what Baudelaire decried as ‘Nature unpurified and unexplained by the imagination’.
  • The unpurified sinner trying to take the short cut to salvation by dying within the city limits: throwing himself into the traffic on Panchakroshi Road and emerging unscathed, swept up perhaps by the trunk of a passing elephant.

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