To spiritually purify; to free from sin or guilt; to purge. (verb)
Examples of word cleanse
One of Stan Kasten's final missions as team president of the Nationals was assisting Major League Baseball in its ongoing effort to cleanse from the Dominican Republic corrupt practices in signing youthful players.
The cleanse is still on, but I am feeling slightly less desperate than I was yesterday.
But maybe once the cleanse is over, I'll date myself, too (no, not cheesy at all!!).
Let Lake Ponchetrain cleanse the land of the filth and remnants of decadance that thrived in that decrepit excuse for a city since its inception.
I understand the first part, but I need to know if you have to follow the daily eating only certain things. its called a cleanse it gets all the crap out of your body,