bastardise


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change something so that its value declines

declare a child to be illegitimate

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We're not here to bastardise my father's image, slap it on here, slap it on there," Contactmusic quoted him as saying.
Nigeria cannot be the only place where we would bastardise the institutions.
The BHA seems beholden to the big bookmakers and is prepared to bastardise the whole sport with far too much low-grade fare and seemingly endless all-weather racing.
It is a shame that we have to bastardise the word 'politics"' - Actor Sean Penn talking about the US presidential elections after referring to President Bush
If this is part of Rangers taking a stand against the people who bastardise the words of the song to their own ends, they should be shouting it from the rooftops.