Third-person singular simple present indicative form of sully.(verb)
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Use "sullies" in a sentence
"However, if Georgie wins bite your tongue, I wouldn't be surprised if his scandal-ridden second term sullies the Bush name so much that Jeb! can't run. posted by Sinfonian at 6:29 PM"
"As I previously pointed out – regardless on which “reputable journal” posted studies – kind of sullies the reputation of said publication to post studies that slap Dr Simeons name on them – but totally fail to follow his protocol."
"No need to examine motives (believe it or not, there are those who agonize whether joining competitions and winning them "sullies" their names and puts into question the "purity" of their writing), just write some good stuff and be aware that two competitions are now open for subs, the 2005 Don Carlos Palanca Awards for Literature and the 2005 NCCA Writers Prize."