So how as a purist can you really sit at the table with them?
It was like, he was the anti-Christ and we came from a snobby, purist direction.
He's a conservative, but not a purist; he's a conviction politician—and a pragmatist too.
People will have the satisfaction of having a purist position and no victories for the American people.
“He is a purist,” says chef Masato Shimizu, who runs the well-regarded sushi restaurant 15 East in New York City.
In the end, indeed, even so ardent a purist as Richard Grant White adopted it, as he did to placate.
Then Grey exploded again, and the purist looked from one to the other.
A policeman is now and then called, by some purist or stickler for etiquette, an esclopnam.
But to do without for the sake of principle was ever rapture to the purist.
It has been said that on occasion his work contained passages a purist would not have passed.