To remove stain from (a specimen) to aid in microscopic study.(verb-transitive)
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Use "destain" in a sentence
"You might be absolutely correct in your assumption that not voting is a way to register your destain for the corruption of the process or the candidates."
"The taxpayers deserve the appreciation of public service servants rather than the destain of Tax dollars used to support out-dated City Departments."
"You clearly have a fair amount of destain for our work."