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The aluminum utensils will be always shining, for the material of which they are made will not tarnish.
THE AMERICAN COUNTRY GIRLMARTHA FOOTE CROW
He not only tried to tarnish the name of my mother as well as my own, but he did his best to ruin me financially.
THE DAY OF JUDGMENTJOSEPH HOCKING
Japanese gold does not tarnish so readily as "passing," which is in some respects superior to it.
ART IN NEEDLEWORKLEWIS F. DAY
No words of mine shall be added here to tarnish upon the mirror of memory this image of a sacred death and a sacred friendship.
LIFE OF JOHN KEATSWILLIAM MICHAEL ROSSETTI
I am not a great lord, I have neither an historical name to tarnish, nor an immense fortune to lose.
THE WIDOW LEROUGEEMILE GABORIAU
What can pollute and tarnish is to act thus from any motive except that something needs to be said or done.
WOMAN IN THE NINETEENTH CENTURYMARGARET FULLER OSSOLI
The world that loves to tarnish a pure name would like to gloat over your sorrow.
A SON OF HAGARSIR HALL CAINE
We wish that justice should be done to a warrior, whose reputation attempts have been made to tarnish.
THE WHITE SCALPERGUSTAVE AIMARD
They wished to tarnish our military glory; but they made a mistake.
OLD AND NEW PARIS, V. 2HENRY SUTHERLAND EDWARDS
The glossy and respected image of myself I had left in the house behind us began to tarnish.
MORE TRIVIALOGAN PEARSALL SMITH

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