Similarly, clandestine foreign operations have sullied the civilian courts.
This modern autocrat suckles from your own breast and buries you beneath a mountain of sullied nappies.
Straight couples will see that their own marriages were somehow not sullied after all.
I was also free from those vices which sullied your character.
Never let your reputation in this respect be sullied by so much as a breath.
Ah, she is not for me, I am not fit for her, I am too sullied for her lips.
She would not allow her mind to be sullied by such a suspicion.
Is the great tragedy of England and Ireland that has sullied their annals for seven hundred years never to be brought to an end?
No rank would have been sullied by remaining in the firm of which he was the head.
Its reputation is not to be sullied by what masked men—bogus Ku Klux, as we, the genuine, called them—did afterwards.