Similar words: acquainted, maintain, taint, entertain, entertaining, uncertainty, painter, printed. Meaning: [teɪnt] adj. 1. touched by rot or decay 2. especially of reputation.
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1. His political reputation is tainted by the matter.
2. His reputation was permanently tainted by the financial scandal.
3. His mind was tainted with evil thoughts.
4. Baker argues that his trial was tainted by negative publicity.
5. Opposition leaders said that the elections had been tainted by corruption.
6. His reputation was tainted by the scandal.
7. Reading bad books tainted his mind.
8. The administration was tainted with scandal.
9. The water had been tainted with a deadly toxin.
10. Not a whiff of scandal has ever tainted his private life.
11. He came out only slightly tainted by telling millions of viewers he and his wife had had marital problems.
12. The lake water is tainted with chemicals from the factory.
13. He was considered tainted by association with the corrupt regime.
14. The meat was tainted.
15. Allegations of fraud had tainted recent municipal elections.
16. Were those lobsters tainted by upstream pollutants or not?
17. Three cabinet members tainted with influence-peddling had to go.
18. The human disease occurred after people ate tainted beef products.
19. Tainted meat and poultry cause thousands of illnesses and hundreds of deaths each year.
20. Only the air was tainted by the fumes from the slow-moving cars that used the street as a short cut.
21. Heaven forbid that this child should ever be tainted by the grossness of the world!
22. For I too had been tainted(Sentencedict.com), and not without blemish.
23. Some of the front-runners fortunately are not tainted by committee membership(sentencedict.com/tainted.html), nor do they look like Ed Moore clones.
24. New Aspiration, a prospective coalition partner, was already under public pressure against the inclusion of tainted politicians in the line-up.
25. Voice over For the children, those memories will always be tainted by their terrible death.
26. The industry is desperate to shake off the allegation that the chocolate sold in the West may be tainted by slave labour.
27. Mr Milosevic is fighting for his political survival after a vicious campaign tainted by intimidation and haunted by fears of electoral fraud.
28. He says drug corruption is now so prevalent that it has tainted the assembly, the courts, and press and television.
29. Another theory for her longevity: that the person who donated the tainted blood may have been relatively healthy, Wara said.
30. The honours list at least turned out to be more populist and less politically tainted than usual.
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