Definition of Epurate

1. to purify [v EPURATED, EPURATING, EPURATES] - See also: purify



Epurate Pictures

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Epurate

eptagons
eptapirone
eptatretus
epuise
epuisee
epulary
epulation
epulides
epulis
epulis gravidarum
epulises
epuloid
epulotic
epulotics
epurate (current term)
epurated
epurates
epurating
epuration
epyllia
epyllion
epyllions
epænetic
epænetick
eq'n
eqq
equabilities
equability
equable

Literary usage of Epurate

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1. The Sanitarian by Medico-Legal Society of New York (1884)
"A contract was then made with a fertilizer company, which agreed to epurate the sewage for fourteen years at $3750 per year, the company engaging to erect ..."

2. English Synonyms Explained: With Copious Illustrations and Examples, Drawn by George Crabb (1844)
"•tances serre tn «epurate : the ideas formed of things, the outward marks attached to them, the qualities attributed tu them serve in distinguish. ..."

3. Dictionary of National Biography by LESLIE. STEPHEN (1886)
"Of his »epurate treatises the following, besides those already mentioned, deserve to be particularised: 1. ..."

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