[pyoo r-uh-loid, pyoo r-yuh-] /ˈpyʊər əˌlɔɪd, ˈpyʊər yə-/
puruloid pu·ru·loid (pyur’ə-loid’, pyur’yə-)
[poo r-uh-shuh] /ˈpʊər ə ʃə/ noun, Hinduism. 1. (in Sankhya and Yoga) one’s true self, regarded as eternal and unaffected by external happenings.
[per-vey] /pərˈveɪ/ verb (used with object) 1. to provide, furnish, or supply (especially food or provisions) usually as a business or service. verb (transitive) (pəˈveɪ) 1. to sell or provide (commodities, esp foodstuffs) on a large scale 2. to publish or make available (lies, scandal, etc) noun (ˈpɜːvɪ) 3. (Scot) the food and drink laid […]
[per-vey-er] /pərˈveɪ ər/ noun 1. a person who , provides, or supplies: a purveyor of foods; a purveyor of lies. 2. Old English Law. an officer who provided or acquired provisions for the sovereign under the prerogative of . /pəˈveɪə/ noun 1. (often pl) a person, organization, etc, that supplies food and provisions 2. a […]
[puhs] /pʌs/ noun 1. a yellow-white, more or less viscid substance produced by suppuration and found in abscesses, sores, etc., consisting of a liquid plasma in which white blood cells are suspended. /pʌs/ noun 1. the yellow or greenish fluid product of inflammation, composed largely of dead leucocytes, exuded plasma, and liquefied tissue cells n. […]