Third-person singular simple present indicative form of taint.(verb)
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Use "taints" in a sentence
"His name taints his "art" and he spreads unhappiness to all that he influences."
"Worse than the taints is a mysterious, cursed man known as the Walker - who wants to take the broken dragon's head to the Stone Heart for his own benefit - and his mysterious raven companion, which may be a denizen of hell and is impossible to kill."
"For me I no longer have the tolerance for this type of behavior as I find that type of person "taints" me as the say in the south."