Sully, Thomas Sully(noun)
United States painter (born in England) of portraits and historical scenes (1783-1872)
Sully, Duc de Sully, Maxmilien de Bethune(verb)
French statesman (1560-1641)
defile, sully, corrupt, taint, cloud(verb)
place under suspicion or cast doubt upon
"sully someone's reputation"
subvert, besmirch, fog, calumniate, foul, infect, overcast, becloud, befoul, maculate, slander, demoralise, dapple, cloud, misdirect, debase, pervert, demoralize, defame, asperse, vitiate, profane, defile, obscure, mist, stain, haze over, taint, smear, denigrate, deprave, mottle, tarnish, buy, befog, grease one's palms, smirch, bribe, debauch, spoil, corrupt, obnubilate
tarnish, stain, maculate, sully, defile(verb)
make dirty or spotty, as by exposure to air; also used metaphorically
"The silver was tarnished by the long exposure to the air"; "Her reputation was sullied after the affair with a married man"
defame, slander, smirch, asperse, denigrate, calumniate, smear, sully, besmirch(verb)
charge falsely or with malicious intent; attack the good name and reputation of someone
"The journalists have defamed me!" "The article in the paper sullied my reputation"
English Synonyms and Antonyms
The hand may be defiled by a touch of pitch; swine that have been wallowing in the mud are befouled. Contaminate and infect refer to something evil that deeply pervades and permeates, as the human body or mind. Pollute is used chiefly of liquids; as, water polluted with sewage. Tainted meat is repulsive; infected meat contains germs of disease. A soiled garment may be cleansed by washing; a spoiled garment is beyond cleansing or repair. Bright metal is tarnished by exposure; a fair sheet is sullied by a dirty hand. In figurative use, defile may be used merely in the ceremonial sense; "they themselves went not into the judgment hall, lest they should be defiled," John xviii, 28; contaminate refers to deep spiritual injury. Pollute has also a reference to sacrilege; as, to pollute a sanctuary, an altar, or an ordinance. The innocent are often contaminated by association with the wicked; the vicious are more and more corrupted by their own excesses. We speak of a vitiated taste or style; fraud vitiates a title or a contract.
The temple was defiled with blood; defiled by sacrilegious deeds.
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How to use sully in a sentence?
I do n’t anticipate anything other than me being in Pittsburgh and being prepared, that’s my message to the staff. Obviously, I ’ll spend some more time with Sully here and see what’s needed or not.
It reveals a lot about character. It reveals a lot about class, that Donald's instinct is to try to attack my wife and sully her. That should be beneath Donald, but the reason he's doing that is he had a very bad night.
A miracle would be great, who doesnt love miracles? But miracles shouldnt be Plan A. Even Sully tried to land at the airport first.
In France you cannot sully the image of the dead, there's moral and emotional suffering. And when there's suffering, there's compensation. It's very simple.
I think the work that Sully has done over the last five years, the culture we have and the mindset and the identity of our team, I think it’s set up for success, we’re getting tested here and we’ve always had the next man up mentality and that’s where we’re going to test the depth of our organization and the character of our players.
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