Thesaurus / adulterate

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It is commonly sold for oil of almonds and oil of ben, and is extensively employed to adulterate both.

Mr. Blades finds too that they disdain to devour our adulterate modern paper.

The LibraryAndrew Lang

All incentives to cheapen goods, or to adulterate food products, would vanish.

Solaris FarmMilan C. Edson

Aloes, and several of its preparations, are likewise extensively employed to adulterate porter.

False apostles, who adulterate the word of God, seeking their own things, have misled you and your ancestors.

A considerable part of the latter is used to adulterate olive-oil, and in some instances is substituted for it.

Commercial GeographyJacques W. Redway

Ground coffee is especially easy to adulterate with bread crumbs, bran, and similar materials that have been thoroughly browned.

Woman's Institute Library of Cookery, Vol. 5Woman's Institute of Domestic Arts and Sciences

It is adulterated in China; and we have lately learnt to adulterate it at home almost as well as the cunning Asiatic.

It is bought for tanning purposes, but its principal use is to adulterate the bark of another oak (Quercus densiflora).

American Forest TreesHenry H. Gibson

Give me short measure of food, and I only lose by you; but give me adulterate food, and I die by you.

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