contaminates

[ verb kuhn-tam-uh-neyt; noun, adjective kuhn-tam-uh-nit, -neyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF contaminates
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It was merely lopping off from the Legislative body a rotten member who contaminates the whole system.

Possibly this contaminates the water, for there has been a great outbreak of diphtheria, which has been very fatal.

The flag that will not protect its protectors is a dirty rag that contaminates the air in which it waves.

She is the viper turned against the breast of its mother; she is the sick sheep that contaminates the whole herd of her master.

It is, however, a variety of alg not easily detected that contaminates the water.

Ma lady-love don't like to hab me smoke no cigars, kase she says it contaminates ma presence.

A small portion of sulphurous acid, which contaminates it, may be removed by redistillation from a little acetate of lead.

He contaminates trade; corrupts politics, making abusive laws, not asking for justice but only dividends.

A son-in-law is a rascal who poisons a girl's mind and contaminates her whole nature.