Meaning of vitiation in English:


Pronunciation /ˌvɪʃɪˈeɪʃn/



See vitiate

‘A bad guy is no longer simply the opposite of ‘good guy;’ the ensuing but signals the vitiation of the villainous sting of depravity.’
  • ‘While not leading to automatic vitiation of the warrant, there remains the need to protect the prior authorization process.’
  • ‘Earlier art, music, or literature could reinterpret the Passion over and over again without vitiation.’
  • ‘Economic duress is unlikely to lead to the vitiation of banking transactions.’