The hope, according to Rucker, is that Beck threatens to contaminate Fox News' overall brand.
Provision should be made for the removal of the carbon dioxid and other products, as they contaminate the air.
His arm was out-stretched as if he feared to contaminate his uniform.
One rotting piece will contaminate another, until the whole boxful is unfit for use.
They should be so located as not to contaminate the water supply.
This comes from the original fermentation of the milk-sugar and 284remains to contaminate the normal eye.
Civilisation is not to contaminate it, for civilisation kills the native.
To contaminate is to make impure by mixture (touching together).
It was feared that their principles might contaminate the ashes of the just.
Neither I nor my sister will stay in any family,—to contaminate it.
contaminate con·tam·i·nate (kən-tām'ə-nāt')
v. con·tam·i·nated, con·tam·i·nat·ing, con·tam·i·nates
To make impure or unclean by contact or mixture.
To expose to or permeate with radioactivity.