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vi·ti·ate [vish-ee-eyt] verb (used with object), vi·ti·at·ed, vi·ti·at·ing.
1. to impair the quality of; make faulty; spoil.
2. to impair or weaken the effectiveness of.
3. to debase; corrupt; pervert.
4. to make legally defective or invalid; invalidate: to vitiate a claim.
“The peaceful atmosphere at the school was vitiated as a police constable in an inebriated condition created a scene there.” -Alok Mishra; Women, Girls Outnumber Men in Gopalganj, Siwan; The Times of India (New Delhi); Oct 29, 2010.
Writing Prompt: Write a story, scene, or poem using the word of the week.
Journaling Prompt: Write about a time when something was vitiating in your life.
Art Prompt: Vitiate
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