Purgation

• (n.) The clearing of one`s self from a crime of which one was publicly suspected and accused. It was either canonical, which was prescribed by the canon law, the form whereof used in the spiritual court was, that the person suspected take his oath that he was clear of the matter objected against him, and bring his honest neighbors with him t...
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purgation

(from the article `mysticism`) The goal of mysticism is union with the divine or sacred. The path to that union is usually developed by following four stages: purgation (of bodily ...
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purgation

(pәr-ga´shәn) evacuation (def. 2).
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purgation

noun purging the body by the use of a cathartic to stimulate evacuation of the bowels
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Purgation

Pur·ga'tion noun [ Latin purgatio : confer French purgation . See Purge .] 1. The act of purging; the act of clearing, cleansing, or putifying, by separating and carrying off impurities, or whatever is superfluous; the evacuation of the bowels. 2. (Law) The...
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purgation

Evacuation of the bowels with the aid of a purgative or cathartic. ... Synonym: catharsis. ... Origin: L. Purgatio ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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purgation

Type: Term Pronunciation: pŭr-gā′shŭn Definitions: 1. Evacuation of the bowels with the aid of a purgative or cathartic. Synonyms: catharsis1
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