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  1. Purify definition, to make pure; free from anything that debases, pollutes, adulterates, or contaminates: to purify metals. See more.
  2. Define purify. purify synonyms, purify pronunciation, purify translation, English dictionary definition of purify. tr.v. pu·ri·fied, pu·ri·fy·ing, pu·ri·fies 1. To rid of impurities: purify water.
  3. to remove bad substances from something to make it pure: Plants help to purify the air. One of the functions of the kidneys is to purify the blood.
  4. Purify is an app to extend your Android’s battery life. Like other apps of its kind, Purify closes all apps running in the background. Keep in mind, though, that in the settings section, you can make a list of apps that you don’t ever want to close as the 'purifying' process takes place.
  5. Purity and impurity belong to oneself; no one can purify another. It is an exercise, also, which tends at once to elevate and to purify the mind. They may purify and reform as much as they please, but only in their own realm. God desireth not to lay a burden upon you, but he desireth to purify .
  6. pu·ri·fy (pyo͝or′ə-fī′) tr.v. pu·ri·fied, pu·ri·fy·ing, pu·ri·fies 1. To rid of impurities: purify water. 2. To rid of foreign or objectionable elements: tried to purify the party of its dissenters. 3. To free from moral or spiritual defilement: rituals to purify the soul. [Middle English purifien, from Old French purifier, from Latin.
  7. BREATHE A SAFER AND CLEANER AIR Negative ions when in high concentration, can purify your surrounding air of mold spores, pollen, odors, cigarette smoke, dust, and other airborne particles that can be hazardous to our health.

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