Thesaurus / vitiate

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The king was among the first to vitiate his oath, and break the Covenant.
Many stories told of Justinian are obviously overdrawn and dictated by inventive malice, and these vitiate the entire narrative.
But the insertion by the payee of the words "interest" after the making of a note by authority of maker will not vitiate it.
We hope the fact that Train has dropped us will not vitiate these promises.
The atmosphere cannot enter the blowing valve, because it opens outwards, so that no air can enter to vitiate the vacuum.
They might as well begin to feed a new-born baby on meat, lest nursing should vitiate its desire for it.
Store thousands of tons of the life-giving gas, in monster tanks, and you vitiate the entire atmosphere.
THE AIR TRUSTGEORGE ALLAN ENGLAND
On the other hand strong feelings often vitiate every operation of the intellect.
YOUR MIND AND HOW TO USE ITWILLIAM WALKER ATKINSON
Small-pox does not vitiate the blood of a people; this disease does.
This used to create a great deal of smoke, which tended still further to vitiate the air.

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