I call them Hyperserials: shows with a purer, more intense focus on one linear, series-long plotline.
His views mirrored theirs, but they were purer, less Boomer-indulgent.
We are trying to build up life, Lady Hunstanton, on a better, truer, purer basis than life rests on here.
In that "higher and purer nature" can a grain of wheat issue in a loaf of bread?
This is distilled water, and is purer than that in the kettle.
No love is purer than that which unites them to parents, brothers, and sisters.
The purer we become, the more we shall know ourselves to be impure.
How many of you young men have no heart for higher, purer, nobler things, because the animal in you is strong!
This blue is purer than that of the sky, so that the matter which produces it must be finer than that of the sky.
First, because freedom has given to the young Negro aspirations for a purer life, which his father did not have.
c.1300 (late 12c. as a surname, and Old English had purlamb "lamb without a blemish"), "unmixed," also "absolutely, entirely," from Old French pur "pure, simple, absolute, unalloyed," figuratively "simple, sheer, mere" (12c.), from Latin purus "clean, clear; unmixed; unadorned; chaste, undefiled," from PIE root *peue- "to purify, cleanse" (cf. Latin putus "clear, pure;" Sanskrit pavate "purifies, cleanses," putah "pure;" Middle Irish ur "fresh, new;" Old High German fowen "to sift").
Replaced Old English hlutor. Meaning "free from moral corruption" is first recorded mid-14c. In reference to bloodlines, attested from late 15c.
adj. pur·er, pur·est
Having a homogeneous or uniform composition; not mixed.
Free from adulterants or impurities.
Produced by self-fertilization or continual inbreeding; homozygous.