The quality or condition of being impure; impurity.(noun)
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Use "impureness" in a sentence
"This impureness can break the backbone of one's country if they are unheeded."
"(almost twice as heavy) a metal impureness corporate dSLR."
"Secondly, Because the example of Christ teaches us so much; for he washed his disciples 'feet before he admitted them to eat of this supper; signifying how thou shouldst lay aside all impureness of heart, and uncleanness of life, and be furnished with humility and charity, before thou presumest to taste of this holy supper (John xiii."