pure

01. It is nice to go hiking, and breathe the [pure] air of the mountains.
02. This futon is stuffed with 100% [pure] cotton.
03. Our refreshing drink is made from [pure] orange and lemon juices.
04. She uses only [pure] virgin olive oil on her salads.
05. St. Augustine was quoted as saying, "O Lord, help me to be [pure], but not yet."
06. The Queen of England has a [purely] symbolic role in New Zealand.
07. We need to test the [purity] of the water before drinking it.
08. Oscar Wilde observed that the [pure] and simple truth is rarely [pure], and never simple.
09. Benjamin Disraeli once observed that when men are [pure], laws are useless, and when men are corrupt, laws are broken.
10. Politician Dan Quayle once said that it isn't pollution that's harming the environment. It's the [impurities] in our air and water that are doing it.
11. When a Dalmatian puppy is born, they are almost [pure] white.
12. Absolutely [pure] gold is so soft that it can be molded with the hands.
13. It is the [impurities] in gemstones which give them their color.
14. According to [purist] Italian chefs, ingredients that should never appear on an authentic Italian pizza include bell pepper, pepperoni, or chicken.
15. Muslims must [purify] their bodies by washing before prayers can begin.
16. Not all diamonds are white. [Impurities] give diamonds a shade of blue, red, orange, yellow, green and even black.
17. Breathing [impure] air is hard on your body.

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