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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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Saint Thomas Aquinas, who tried vainly to synthesize Christianity and Aristotle, "saw wealth positively" but only if "used as an instrument for attainting the right goals," meaning charitable goals (p.
Vanessa Baehr-Jones & Christina Cheung, An exercise of Sovereignty: Attainting Attainment for Indian Tribes Under the Clean Air Act, 34 ENVIRONS ENVTL.
Washington, July 12 (ANI): A brother-sister team has revealed the top ten things that keep people from attainting their ideal body shape and weight.
By satirizing ideal beauty the director criticizes our societal hunger for attainting perfect bodies.
purpose of attainting particular individuals of treason, or Felony,
For instance, Zara, the Spanish fashion apparel manufacturers have been attainting new fashion design ideas from buying trends observed through their outlets.
He said conference was a key opportunity to bring together a number of specialists, academics and entrepreneurs from around the world to share their experiences and skills, which contribute to attainting a developed and innovative economy.
If changes can be implemented to correct some of these risk factors, you will improve your probability of attainting a lucrative exit.
Any problems can come from within yourself, by letting self doubts or your own lack of clarity around your personal life, stop you from attainting wider aims, which in time will shore up your sense of security.