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Definition of "tainting" [tainting]

  • Present participle of taint. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "tainting" in a sentence
  • "And based on that, the problems with the governor should in no way be what we call tainting my appointment."
  • "It is a pleasure each day to read the stupidity people can come up with in tainting the name of the "Honorable George W. Bush" President of this great nation."
  • "That is just one element, and in a situation of this kind, obviously grievous errors were made in management, but it was not the idea of tainting every black reporter with what happened to Jayson Blair is grossly unfair."