Definition of "vitiate"
  1. To render something ineffective or useless
How to use "vitiate" in a sentence
  1. The fraud allegations could vitiate the contract.
  2. The lack of proper authentication would vitiate the court document.
  3. His failure to disclose material facts vitiates the rights he was given under the contract.

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