The result will be provisions that are watered down or loopholes that vitiate key provisions altogether.
They might as well begin to feed a new-born baby on meat, lest nursing should vitiate its desire for it.
Minshew interprets the verb deboshe, "to corrupt, make lewde, vitiate."
False views as to the reality and grounds of moral obligation weaken, vitiate and corrupt life.
Small-pox does not vitiate the blood of a people; this disease does.
There is at least one error in the Symmes diary, which is however explainable, and need not vitiate the whole of it.
Above all, do not, by dint of judging, vitiate your faculty of tasting.
If that possible hastening is licit the whole action is licit; if it is not permissible it will vitiate the entire action.
This, however, did not vitiate the titles of these companies to said lands.
But this comparative failure, happily, did not vitiate the success of the main operation, which lay along the left front.