- which will make filthy or dirty; pollute: defile a river with sewage.
- To debase the pureness or superiority of; corrupt: a country landscape which was defiled by urban sprawl.
- To profane or sully (a reputation, like).
- to create unclean or unfit for ceremonial usage; desecrate: defile a temple.
- To violate the chastity of.
- just like defilade.
- which will make foul or impure; to make filthy; to dirty; to befoul; to pollute.
- To earth or sully; to tarnish, as reputation; to taint.
- To injure in purity of personality; to corrupt.
- To corrupt the chastity of; to debauch; to violate; to rape.
- In order to make ceremonially unclean; to pollute.
- To march in single-file or perhaps in files or articles.
- To march down in a line, file by file; to register down.
- A narrow gorge or pass that restricts horizontal action, at the time of troops.
- A march in a line.
- A narrow way or passageway, e.g. between mountains.
- an individual file, such of troops.
- Any slim passageway or gorge in which troops can march just in a file, or with a narrow front; a lengthy, thin pass between hills, rocks, etc.
- The work of defilading a fortress, or of increasing the surface works so that you can protect the interior. See Defilade.
- A narrow passageway in a mountain region; a gorge by which a body of soldiers or any other persons can pass in a file or narrow range.
- A march by data.
- Synonyms Gorge, Ravine, etc. See valley.
- a narrow pass (especially one between mountains)
- to help make impure; to produce dirty.
- To march in a single file.
- area, stain, or pollute
- make dirty or spotty, as by exposure to air; also made use of metaphorically
- spot under suspicion or cast question upon
- to produce unclean, dirty, or impure; soil; befoul.
- Figuratively, to sully or tarnish, as reputation, etc.
- To make ceremonially unclean.
- to conquer the chastity of; debauch; violate; deflower.
- To taint, in a moral good sense; corrupt; vitiate; debauch; pollute.
- Synonyms To contaminate, nasty, tarnish, dirty. See taint, v. t.
- To march down in a line, or by files; file down.
- In fortification, just like defilade.
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