Livestock degrade land, contribute to climate change, pollute water, and destroy biodiversity.
Heaven forbid we pollute young minds with such right-wing neocon propaganda!
Look for this aquaculture to catch on as mankind, unfortunately, continues to pollute our waterways.
We pollute, but our feeble efforts at cleanup have been largely unsuccessful.
Then, recovering himself, he said angrily, "pollute not my Daniel with thy touch."
Stained and despised by the world, as I am, I will not pollute this sanctuary!
It will not pollute, if it be another's: if it pollute, it is not another's, but is shared also by the polluted.
Factories may not pollute streams that furnish drinking water.
Senors, I will not pollute your chaste ears with what was done.
Just simply, to redden and pollute so many miles of the pure Ocean!
pollute pol·lute (pə-lōōt')
v. pol·lut·ed, pol·lut·ing, pol·lutes
To make unfit for or harmful to living things, especially by the addition of waste matter; contaminate.
To make less suitable for an activity, especially by the introduction of unwanted factors.