She would not voluntarily give unnecessary pain to any one, and though I may deceive myself, I cannot but think that for me, for my feelings, she would—Hers are faults of principle, Fanny; of blunted delicacy and a corrupted, vitiated mind.
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Once in power, he worked to vitiate the Democratic process.
When everyone else has lost interest, the regulated companies continue to work to vitiate or even direct the regulating agency.