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Spell check of taint

Correct spelling: taint

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glory, rectitude, award, fame, righteousness, integrity, modesty, probity, virtuousness, good, credit, disinfect, goodness, purity, repute, uprightness, right, legitimacy, scrupulousness, honesty, chasteness, renown, chastity, honor.

Examples of usage:

1) Down one terrific hill, falling at an angle that no one unless he lived in Cornwall would dare to make a road, and up another, is Botallack, with its well- known mine, now stilled, and the taint of the red tin is felt in earth and air for many a mile beyond. - "Cornwall", G. E. Mitton.

2) Yet though, indeed, he told no untruth, and was happy whenever she was with him, there were times when a restlessness and a longing for wings took hold of him; for, as yet, the life of a man was new and half strange to him, and a taint of his old life still mixed itself with his blood. - "Moonshine & Clover", Laurence Housman.

3) There was no taint of legacy- hunting in her conduct,- heaven forbid such a suspicion! - "Erlach Court", Ossip Schubin.