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sullied

[ suhl-eed ]
/ ˈsʌl id /
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adjective
soiled, stained, or tarnished: He was above the sullied reputations of some party members, who were thought to be corrupt, greedy, and arrogant.To a lover of reading, how beautiful are the sullied pages and worn-out appearance of a well-used book!
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Origin of sullied

OTHER WORDS FROM sullied

un·sul·lied, adjective
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