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purism

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[ˈpjʊərɪz(ə)m], (Noun)

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- scrupulous or exaggerated observance of or insistence on traditional rules or structures, especially in language or style
(e.g: Mrs Grundy's name is now synonymous with narrow linguistic purism)

- an early 20th-century artistic style and movement founded by Le Corbusier and the French painter Amédée Ozenfant (1886–1966) and emphasizing purity of geometric form. It arose out of a rejection of cubism and was characterized by a return to the representation of recognizable objects.


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