Smirch



verb (used with object)
1.
to discolor or soil; spot or smudge with or as with soot, dust, dirt, etc.
2.
to sully or tarnish (a person, reputation, character, etc.); disgrace; discredit.
noun
3.
a dirty mark or smear, as of soot, dust, dirt, etc.
4.
a stain or blot, as on reputation.
verb (transitive)
1.
to dirty; soil
noun
2.
the act of smirching or state of being smirched
3.
a smear or stain

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