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adjective as in damaged

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adjective as in overindulged

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Example Sentences

Yes, Mailer was, as he readily admitted, something of a spoiled Jewish boy.

That kind of spoiled naïveté seems inexcusable in a clearly intelligent author who is pushing 30.

Poor Stone, like most of us, forced to share a stage with this unpredictable, spoiled brat, looked uncomfortable.

They have putrid California grapes for eyes, puffed-out cheeks of spoiled plums, sweltered eggplant lips.

Even stories of cruise ships in trouble with leaky toilets and spoiled food are popular.

Where there is no hedge, the possession shall be spoiled: and where there is no wife, he mourneth that is in want.

But this sudden blow was a reminder that fate had been capricious to spoiled darlings before.

Entrusted with sixty thousand men with orders to make a vast turning movement, his timidity spoiled the Emperor's careful plans.

He would never suffer that fine crop of hay to be spoiled; and father, with no one here to help him to bring it in.

He has been with me to see old Mrs. Robins, and she made so much of him, that if I take him again he'll be regularly spoiled.


On this page you'll find 33 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to spoiled, such as: rotten, corrupted, harmed, injured, marred, and ruined.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.