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unpurged (ʌnˈpɜːdʒd) 



  1. not purged of impurities
  2. (law) not cleared of a charge of wrong-doing
  3. not taken away or removed

Example Sentences Including 'unpurged'

In particular there is a heavy legacy of unpurged imbalances and constraints hanging over from the past.
Spiked (2005)
The trial underlined the need to reform Yugoslavia's judicial system, which remains largely unpurged of Milosevic appointees, he added.
Times, Sunday Times (2002)


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