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vitiate (vish´ēāt),

v to weaken; to make void or voidable.
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IN A direct attack on Narendra Modi, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh ( inset) on Sunday charged that the BJP's prime ministerial candidate is resorting to falsehood to target political rivals and vitiating the atmosphere with his " politics of negativism and separatism".
However, rather than going for meaningful dialogue with Taliban, the government opted for force resulting in further vitiating law and order in the country.
86-272, which states that goods may be 'shipped or delivered' from a source outside the state without vitiating the protections afforded by the federal statute.
The police arrested Priti Som and Sagar Som from Sardhana, the constituency represented by Sangeet, and charged them with vitiating communal harmony.