adulterate

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Synonyms for adulterate

Synonyms for adulterate

to make impure or inferior by deceptively adding foreign substances

Synonyms for adulterate

corrupt, debase, or make impure by adding a foreign or inferior substance

mixed with impurities

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Of course, imitation and adulteration are the essence of competition--they are but another form of the phrase 'to buy in the cheapest market and sell in the dearest.
As no one makes any profit by the sale, there is no longer any stimulus to extravagance, and no misrepresentation; no cheating, no adulteration or imitation, no bribery or
Divisional Director Food Hazara, Imtiaz Ahmed Khan while briefing Provincial Minister for Food Qaldandar Lodhi, over his department performance, said that crackdown against shopkeepers involved in profiteering and adulterations continued with full pace in all districts of Hazara division and imposed Rs.
579550 fine from 205 shopkeepers involved in overcharging, adulteration and profiteering during last month.
Mariam added: "The adulterations of pig sources in food products are prohibited in Islam.
Call for tighter regulations amid adulteration fears
Some adulterations actually result from the presence of toxins such as heavy metals, including lead, as has been seen in some recent imports from China.
Reimann concurs and notes that because these kinds of adulterations are not considered safety hazards, they are not high priorities at regulatory agencies.
With money being held up as one of the gods, the temptation to cheat is very great and unfortunately the adulteration of fruit juices is a serious economic problem.
Over a period of time the adulteration of fruit juices has progressed from simple dilution with water to the addition of a veritable cocktail of materials designed to disguise the addition of other juices and extra ingredients that are patently not the juice required.