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Through a group called the SommFoundation, she arranged a harvest internship at an Oregon winery, but that was canceled when the winery decided not to harvest because of smoke taint from wildfires.

He warned that the taint of Bircherism could sink Reagan and other conservative candidates in 1966.

Knowing could change the participant’s behavior and taint any data coming out of the trial, he says.

Because most early diet sodas didn’t taste that great, strategists warned against associating their brands with drinks that might taint their tremendous value.

Smoke is a problem for vintage 2020, as taint from extensive exposure ruins grapes and could significantly reduce the quantity of wine this year, especially reds.

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Whether the charge will work to sufficiently taint Orman is another issue, says Popkin.

Infiltration, though, may well taint all main rebel factions.

In losing, however, he will taint his possible rivals—including Rand Paul—as pitiful members of the "surrender caucus."

Once successfully in, I can see my Hash 160 and Taint Analysis, among other things.

Random spot checks, so that getting checked carries no taint.

The taint of commerce and the smoke of the north hangs visibly on the horizon.

The taint was too inveterate to be eradicated; the evil was immedicable; Rome was already effete and moribund.

It was spring in all its glory, without a taint of summer's heat, or a lingering chill of winter.

Krafft-Ebing said that he never saw a case of true and reasonably well developed paranoia without hereditary taint.

This and the peculiar notched or cleft teeth seem to point to an hereditary taint.


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On this page you'll find 179 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to taint, such as: blemish, stigma, blot, contagion, defect, and disgrace.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.