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Synonyms for attaint

a mark of discredit or disgrace

Synonyms for attaint

bring shame or dishonor upon

condemn by attainder

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35) York appointed Miles Metcalfe, attainted by Henry for sedition, over the king's choice of Richard Greene and resisted the king's repeated protests.
The company launched instant camera in 1948 which attainted instant success.
You can guess how a 'father president' regime would be dangerous for Turkey, being a country which has not yet attainted full [democratic] maturity," says Bayer.
These authors state that after 24 hours the attainted conversion is of the order of 95%, for a selectivity of 97%, though after its reutilization is less active.
Within only 4 years of the application of the law, the percentage of Women on a Board of Directors was successfully attainted, going from 18.
77) In November 1523, Thompson received a pardon after being attainted for 'escapes'.
The result: Another body of work by a great artist has been attainted.
The Minister of Labour said that LMRA indices confirmed a stable national labour market, pointing out that all statistical figures related to new issuance, or renewal of work permits in addition to expatriate employee mobility plus boosting citizens wages in all transparency confirm that the Labour Market Regulatory Authority in its capacity as an official executive authority has attainted its prime goal of regulating the national labour market, boosting citizens wages and salaries and improving the attractiveness of national workers.
The Earl died, but his son Lord Macleod was potentially able by Scots law to inherit his father's estates, since it was possible for a son to do so in some cases even if the father was attainted by high treason.
This security is attainted due to the uniqueness of the Gulf's demographic situation and the abundance of energy resources, but as it is explained below, the lifeline of this model is not too long.
In January 1478, he was attainted in Parliament of high treason, and was drowned in a butt of malmsey wine at the Tower of London.
attainted, he shall be imprisoned for a Year and a Day, and from
court could outlaw him and declare him attainted of the crime for which
Drawing on Alexis de Tocqueville, Dayan shows how the notion of civil death was made possible through the complex legal formulation of slavery in the US as in part a matter of attainted blood-- heritable, "natural" subordination.
The company attainted the goal of generating 15% of revenue out of 40nm process service earlier than projected in September.