Origin of adulteration
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Examples from the Web for adulteration
Most of the cases that I heard turned on the adulteration and falsification of liquors.With Manchesters in the East
Gerald B. Hurst
After the practices of adulteration naturally follow the practices of retail trade.Laws
It gives many openings for theories of agglutination and adulteration.Epic and Romance</p>
W. P. Ker
An excessive amount of sand in the ash should be classed as adulteration.Human Foods and Their Nutritive Value</p>
Dressing is not regarded as an adulteration, but as an embellishment.Textiles</p>
William H. Dooley
Word Origin and History for adulteration
Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper
- The alteration, especially the debasement, of a substance by deliberately adding something not ordinarily a part of it.
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