purist

[n] - someone who insists on great precision and correctness (especially in the use of words)
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Purist

Pur'ist noun [ Confer French puriste .] 1. One who aims at excessive purity or nicety, esp. in the choice of language. « He [ Fox] . . . purified vocabulary with a scrupulosity unknown to any purist Macaulay. 2. One who maintains that the New Testa...
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purist

noun someone who insists on great precision and correctness (especially in the use of words)
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Purist

• (n.) One who aims at excessive purity or nicety, esp. in the choice of language. • (n.) One who maintains that the New Testament was written in pure Greek.
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Purist

A LEGO creation that does not include any customizations, such as decals, modified parts, or custom accessories from third-party vendors like BrickArms, BrickForge, and Big Ben Bricks. A form of religious fundamentalism. Contrast with Custom.
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Purist

A purist is one who desires that an item remain true to its essence and free from adulterating or diluting influences. The term may be used in almost any field, and can be applied either to the self or to others. Use of the term may be either pejorative or complimentary, depending on the context. Because the appellation depends on subjective notio...
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