verb (used with object), a·dul·ter·at·ed, a·dul·ter·at·ing.
Origin of adulterate
Related formsa·dul·ter·a·tor, nounun·a·dul·ter·ate, adjective
Can be confusedadulterer adulterate
Examples from the Web for adulterated
Deeming it to be “adulterated and misbranded,” they dyed the milk blue.Wisconsin Farmer to Stand Trial for Selling Raw Milk|Sarah Begley|May 12, 2013|DAILY BEAST
I recommend that a law be enacted to regulate inter-State commerce in misbranded and adulterated foods, drinks, and drugs.State of the Union Addresses of Theodore Roosevelt|Theodore Roosevelt
It is reported that cloves have been adulterated with false cloves made from starch pressed into the form of cloves and roasted.
Timachidas the Rhodian calls a wine made at Rhodes , or the adulterated wine, being near akin to sweet wine.