Definition of Vitiation. Meaning of Vitiation. Synonyms of Vitiation

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Definition of Vitiation

Vitiation
Vitiation Vi`ti*a"tion, n. [L. vitiatio.] The act of vitiating, or the state of being vitiated; depravation; corruption; invalidation; as, the vitiation of the blood; the vitiation of a contract. The vitiation that breeds evil acts. --G. Eliot.

Meaning of Vitiation from wikipedia

- Decomposition or rot is the process by which dead organic substances are broken down into simpler organic or inorganic matter such as carbon dioxide, water...
- In English law, a vitiating factor in the common law of contract is a factor that can affect the validity of a contract. The concept has been adopted...
- and that of several others motto of Gatineau fraus omnia vitiat fraud vitiates everything a legal principle: the occurrence or taint of fraud in a (legal)...
- immortal Vitiate, emerged from the Unknown Regions and declared war on the republic. This war, dubbed the Great Galactic War, was halted when Vitiate, on the...
- author's words: 'tis enough if he choose out some expression which does not vitiate the sense. Dryden cautioned, however, against the license of "imitation"...
- difficulties: "We can see how this question of freedom of the will has been vitiated by post-romantic philosophy, with its inbuilt tendency to laziness and...
- Parliament: his plan called for a central chimney through which what he called "vitiated air" would be drawn out of the building with the heat and smoke of about...
- possessed considerable nominal strength, its fighting capabilities had been vitiated by wear and fatigue. While the Germans were aware of the continuous influx...
- cancel the contract. Parties may rescind if they are the victims of a vitiating factor, such as misrepresentation, mistake, duress, or undue influence...
- then it nevertheless does harm to humanity in general, inasmuch as it vitiates the very source of right [Rechtsquelle].… All practical principles of right...