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- adj. corrupted or filled with imperfections.
- v. Simple past tense and past participle of taint.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. touched by rot or decay
Sorry, no etymologies found.
As part of Erdogan's media blitz, he was interviewed on Egypt's most popular political talk show, "10 o'clock," where he defended the concept of secularism - a term tainted as "anti-Islamic" in the eyes of many Egyptians.
Nevertheless, many are calling Reyes gutless and his title tainted.
Satra's recommendation, which it described as tainted and flawed.
"I don't know whether his money is what they call tainted or not, but there's one thing sure, it ain't done us any good."
FEMA food kits may contain tainted peanut butter [CNN]
"Legal settlement reached in tainted pet food case" [Reuters UK] (Photo: faster panda kill kill)
His reputation, perhaps irreparably tainted, is at stake, along with an incalculable monetary windfall.
Because it is so complicated that all they want to have out there is the word tainted associated with defense DNA because they think they can score brownie points.
If you are immunized against hepatitis A and you are exposed to it in tainted food, does it provide total protection or just reduce the severity of the disease?
I cannot have our name tainted and will therefore leave the house and part of my property to your cousin.
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