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vitiate (vish´ēāt),

v to weaken; to make void or voidable.
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Misuse of the X Factor Vitiates Price Cap Regulation.
The delegation of both the forces will include the local commanders present on the frontier and the Indian side is confident of putting across on table the issue of unprovoked firing which vitiates the peace and tranquillity of the border, they said.
This is the fatal flaw that vitiates recent attempts to construct a bioethics or a biopolitics.
Thus the doubling of Claudius and Hamlet acquires a literal status that vitiates its suggestiveness.