Third-person singular simple present indicative form of adulterate.(verb)
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Use "adulterates" in a sentence
""That's why adultery is called adultery - because it 'adulterates', which literally means to make something poorer in quality by adding another substance," Bel Mooney recently scolded an unfaithful husband who had rashly written to her for guidance."
"She also adulterates the materials with lipstick, glitter hairspray and baby oil."
"If milk processing damages and adulterates the milk, should it be given preferential nod by health and medical professionals?"