Despite cleanup efforts, groundwater springs contaminated with PCBs still flow into Stout's Creek.
Silkwood was tarred as a discontented employee who contaminated herself to embarrass the company she worked for.
She ran this incredible network that, like a plague, contaminated the business world.
Clothing contaminated with “alpha-emitting material was sealed in plastic bags and buried in the contaminated waste area.”
The drinking water problem for Santa Fe Springs was cleaned up after 2,700 drums of waste and contaminated soil were removed.
All commingled, so that the uncleanness of one befouled all, and the wickedness of one contaminated all.
I should kill him this instant for the contaminated pariah he is!
Outbreaks of typhoid and scarlet fevers and other germ diseases have frequently been traced to a contaminated milk supply.
Who were the members of my family I had contaminated or corrupted?
It's so easy to get contaminated, when one is constantly associated with such low people.
contaminate con·tam·i·nate (kən-tām'ə-nāt')
v. con·tam·i·nated, con·tam·i·nat·ing, con·tam·i·nates
To make impure or unclean by contact or mixture.
To expose to or permeate with radioactivity.