A spoonful night and morning for a week or longer, as an alterative or purifier of the blood; in skin diseases, &c.
Now fill a glass nearly full of water, and stand the purifier in the glass.
Agni, inflamed at the sacrifice, the purifier who should be magnified, whose hair is flame—him we approach with prayers.
Zoroaster was not their founder, but was their reformer, and the purifier of their doctrines.
It is a quickener of the intellect, a purifier of the affections, and an instrument of heightening our spiritual aspirations.
Out of all womankind, she was designed to be my life's playmate and my soul's purifier.
"Well, it doesn't matter to me," said the purifier, with a shrug.
Very different is the saving breath of the great Sea; in itself it is a purifier.
The purifier is packed with heratol resting on a layer of pumice.
Its top is held up by the gas, which comes into it from the purifier.
early 14c., "free from spiritual pollution," from Old French purefier "purify, cleanse, refine" (12c.), from Latin purificare "to make pure," from purus "pure" (see pure) + root of facere "to make" (see factitious). Meaning "free from extraneous matter" is recorded from mid-15c. Related: Purified; purifying.