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Poetic Definitions: purify
Poetic Form
Didactic "Graph Theoretic Poems"  

Zedd
Decorously right, square or correct.
harmless
spotless
innocuous
ingenuous
Certainly not defective or imperfect.
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— Diana Howard
Yoda
Purify: Master, is that all there is?

Unpolluted, once upon a time you were!
Sordid, you have not been!
Innocent, you are!
Benevolent, you will eternally be!

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— Shawn Fletcher
Xenia Epigram
Please accept from me this page,
     didicated to the word purify
Used by many an important sage,
     needing a term for clarify

But wait, I promise an Epigram
     more fitting for this word.
When I receive a better program,
     for now it's just absurd!
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— Alan Foster
Waka
Just like the filters,
they're unqualifiedly clean.
No, never corrupt!
To debug or rectify.
Being earthly or worldly.

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— Bobby Cooper
Verse (modern)
Purify

Rappers needing a lyric after purify, may want to consider inserting gentrify.
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— Jeremy Marshal
Unitoum
Purify

Merely
tiny
wholly
narrow

tiny
process
narrow
cleanup

process
softened
cleanup
injured

softened
wholly
injured
merely.
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— Adam Eliot
Tanaka
Cash in place of gift
to do away with someone
settle up the bill
To sweep or evacuate.
Free from moral defilement.

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— Janice Innocent
Rondelet
Purify

Be cleanable,
free from sepsis or infection.
Be cleanable,
dig into the water table.
To provide clarification,
microscopic preparation.
Be cleanable.

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— Jean Bristol
Quinzaine
Purify

Filters can be many leaks.
Honestly, are they?
Can they cleanse?

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— Jonathan Charlton
Pi (π)
Can I make a verse, disclosed so beings might see
Fully defining summaries, overtly informing, and oh yet imparted free?
Refine or distil look way too manifest. But is packing?
Expurgate, clean? - or cleaning, scavenge? Oops! I deserted picking!
I wonder sterilize and similarly disinfect, but happily ought I
- paste meanings so - summaries drafted from equations spry?
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— Albert Morley
Octosyllable
Really spotless and modest.
But also artless and honest.
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— Jack Ridley
Nonet
symmetrical commensurate with
the first of the eight diagrams
performance on production
lock up stock and barrel
unambiguous
immaculate
absolute
spotless
pure
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— Juan Ash
Mirror Cinquain
purify
refined, immaculate
cleansing, refining, washing
to free from improprieties or barbarisms
decontamination
removal
the bodily process of discharging waste matter
quelling, suppressing, expunging
flat, clean
elimination
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— Alys Sinclair
Limerick
There was a gal from Chebanse,
She needed a word for cleanse.
      Like curious george?
      But then thought purge!
So smart that gal from Chebanse.
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— Diane Hartley
Kural
Extract, decontamination, process, refinement
Clarification's immaculate elegances

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— Janet Bentley
Haiku (terse)
Understandable
plenipotentiary
intelligible

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— Shirley Lambert
Haiku (3-word)
Overpowering
individualizing
decipherable

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— Virginia Moss
Haiku (modern)
A society,
empty, sublime, and spotless,
irreproachable!

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— Joshua Malone
Gnomic
Entirely, wholly or totally.
Commonly, ordinarily or usually.

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— Jessica Wade
Fib (Fibonacci)
To
cleanse
chasten
defecate
decontaminate

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— Mátyás Elliott
Diamante
Purify
scarce, rare
banishing, dismissing, canceling
elimination, evacuation ..... reduction, abatement
quelling, commuting, assuaging
threadbare, tacky
debase
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— Kevin Mason
Cinquain - Phrasal
purify
undergo condensation
final official transcript
being bright or resplendent
cleanse

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— George Jordan
Cinquain - Expressional
purify
it thoroughly
directly after breakfast
and had evidently forgotten.
pure!

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— Shell Freeman
Butterfly Cinquain
unpick
become undone
buffer not connected
dig into the water table
unknot
to go into operation
become a believer
carry away
undo
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— Donald Cole
Acrostic - Diagonal
Process
Sublimate
Merely
Refined
Verify
Fairly
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— Hopkin Allen
Acrostic - Suffix
Cleanup
Beau
Altogether
Pi
Slag-off
Merely
 
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— Susan Alexander

Source: Eve, with graph theoretic pseudonyms.