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Definition of Puristically
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Literary usage of Puristically
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1. Introduction to the Study of the History of Language by Herbert Augustus Strong, Willem Sijbrand Logeman, Benjamin Ide Wheeler, Hermann Paul (1891)
"Certainly it is not a body likely to follow puristically a foreign standard of speech. It is in part this absence of a homogeneous usage among the more ..."
2. The People's Bible: Discourses Upon Holy Scripture by Joseph Parker (1895)
"... going down of the same; they live pedantically, puristically, mechanically: but their whole lite can be represented adequately on a printed schedule. ..."
3. Nixola of Wall Street by Felix Grendon (1919)
"A few hints," said Boyd, puristically, the correction slipping out before he could suppress it. ..."