verb (used with object), vi·ti·at·ed, vi·ti·at·ing.
Origin of vitiate
Examples from the Web for vitiation
The phenomena of puerperal fever originate in a vitiation of the fluids.A System of Midwifery|Edward Rigby
To correct this vitiation, to abolish these disastrous hates and misconceptions, elaborate learning was not needed.The Fruits of Victory|Norman Angell
He had a contempt for cheap and plain belongings, as leaning insensibly to vitiation of taste.Hope Mills|Amanda M. Douglas
There is the inefficiency of the syllogism, and also the vitiation produced by its employment.A Logic Of Facts|George Jacob Holyoake
In Everope is seen the extremity to which the vitiation here mentioned by the great moralist may sometimes be carried.Trevethlan (Vol 3 of 3)|William Davy Watson