impair[ im-pair ]SEE DEFINITION OF impair
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR IMPAIR
Thus we see that there are many causes which impair the happiness of friends.
And he went about it with a zest that knew no flagging, with a relish that nothing could impair.
He can do this with his property, but can not impair her dower rights.
He can do the same with his real estate but can not impair her dower.
He may do this but can not impair her dower right to one-third.
It certainly could not spoil his triumph or impair his happiness.
He "caught it" considerably, but not sufficiently to impair his appetite for the dodgers.
In this case the manure should be applied so as not to impair the quality of the herbage.
All this jumble, this gallimaufry, I say, does not impair the spiritual worth of the play.
It will impair our standing with other States and the world.