tarnish in Turks
i. donukluk, karartı, leke, kir
An old love does not tarnish.
He knew that he had tarnished himself, filled his mind with corruption and given horror to his fancy; that he had been an evil influence to others, and had experienced a terrible joy in being so;
There was Sir Henry Ashton, who had to leave England with a tarnished name.
There was the huge Italian cassone, with its fantastically painted panels and its tarnished gilt mouldings, in which he had so often hidden himself as a boy.
His mere presence seemed to recall to them the memory of the innocence that they had tarnished.
"King Gareth will tarnish them with your own blood!" Olgerkhan promised.
He used the tarnished brass knocker, got no answer, and rapped again.
I could see the doorknob, silvery and a little tarnished in the place where palms had gripped it.
She is a whore, used by you for momentary pleasure and now defiled, tarnished, made dirty.
She thought about Dylan, about the sad-faced boy with the wicked sense of humor and the tarnished reputation.
1. discolour: dull
2. blemish: blot, stain, taint
3. stain: soil, smear, smudge, dirty, sully, blemish, taint
4. disgrace: defame, slander, embarrass, blacken