vitiate in English
development programs have been vitiated by the rise in population
Use "vitiate" in a sentence
1. But this does not vitiate his scholarship.
2. A single word may vitiate a contract.
3. This may vitiate a literal translation.
4. No such Variation shall vitiate or invalidate this Contract.
5. Changes at this point may actually vitiate the entire system.
6. Also, if the material is soft it may buckle easily at the inner side of the bend and vitiate the result.
7. Your Honor, we move to vitiate the death-in-absentia filed after Oliver's disappearance at sea aboard the Queen's Gamut five years ago.
8. WE DENY that alleged errors and discrepancies that have not yet been resolved vitiate the truth claims of the Bible.
9. However, I do not think that those purely formal defects are sufficient to vitiate, for ambiguity, the content of the text.
10. Liquidity traps can vitiate it on the downside, but when inflation threatens, tightening the money supply and raising interest rates will discourage spending.
11. Limitations imposed must be established by law and must not be applied in a manner that would vitiate the rights guaranteed in article
12. And you will vitiate the experiment if you make the slightest attempt to abort it into some fancy figure of your own: for example, your notion of a good man or a womanly woman.
13. As can be seen, a brilliant benchmarking study might be able to determine the various sorts of matrices for payouts, but it might vitiate the notion of a fulsome inspirational exercise.
14. EAM also conveyed his deep disappointment at the baseless attacks on India by the Maoist leadership which vitiate the age-old and time-tested friendly relations between India and Nepal and the people of the two countries.