Definition of "taint"
  1. To weaken or invalidate the reliability of something
How to use "taint" in a sentence
  1. The defense attorney argued that the prosecution had done enough to taint the jury's perception.
  2. The witness's contrary statement could potentially taint the credibility of the evidence.
  3. There were concerns that scandal might taint the fairness of the trial.

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