For the purists: A list of changes and corrections to the text.
In the seventeenth century a new sect of Purists was formed in Arabia.
These instructions are crude and unscientific, and may excite the derision of purists.
English has been arrested in its growth by its purists and grammarians.
Purists, however, insist on keeping them pure and undefiled.
His style is, therefore, the reverse of that which the purists cultivated.
In the play on the word lingue there is a side-thrust at the Purists.
I can remember when it was laughed at by the purists as an Italian evidence of bad taste.
But think of the wild havoc that would be made of other more complex anomalies, if these purists looked an inch in advance.
To strict moralists, therefore, and to purists in good taste, the Confessions will always be unpalatable.