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    Purge: removal, exclusion, discharge, cleanness.

    To purge is to get rid of something or someone, and often it’s done suddenly. Purge rhymes with urge, and when you have a really strong urge to throw stuff away or clean something out, you have an urge to purge.

    Usage:”the savagery of government’s political purges”

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    The act of clearing yourself from some stigma or change.

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    eg, inspite of her resolve to purge the fear from the living room, it increased until it threatened to take over the entire house.

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    * to clear or  To remove or eliminate
    Eg: purge the air from a water pipe.
    attempts to purge indecent remarks from company e-mail.

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    Rid of an unwanted feeling , memory , or condition.

    ” Bob had helped purge maratha of the terrible guilt that had hocunted her”.

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