impurity definition

  • noun:
    • the standard or problem to be impure, specially:
    • Contamination or pollution.
    • insufficient consistency or homogeneity; adulteration.
    • a situation of immorality; sin.
    • Something that makes something different impure; a substandard component or additive.
    • The condition of becoming impure; because of contamination, pollution, adulteration or inadequate purification.
    • an element or additive that renders another thing impure.
    • a situation of immorality or sin; particularly the weakness regarding the skin: inchastity.
    • The condition or top-notch being impure in any sense; defilement; foulness; adulteration.
    • That which is, or which makes any such thing, impure; nasty matter, activity, language, etc.; a foreign ingredient.
    • Lack of ceremonial purity; defilement.
    • the situation or top-notch becoming impure, in a choice of a physical or a moral good sense.
    • what is or makes impure, actually or morally: because, impurities in a liquid.
    • Synonyms Uncleanness, dirtiness, filthiness; immodesty, ribaldry, grossness, vulgarity.
    • useless or dangerous product that should be removed
    • the health of being impure

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