spoiled[ spoil ]SEE DEFINITION OF spoiled
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She justly remarks that, since I saw it last, it is all spoiled into a great big cat.
If only she had understood, and not spoiled, next morning, the effect of her words.
He was a spoiled child of fortune, if you wish to have it so.
"But I can't see——" Aggie began to argue with the petulance of a spoiled child.
The third act is "spoiled, by the characteristic Shakespearean language."
There could be no loitering; quick work was necessary, or a spoiled wheel was the result.
Under the circumstances, she looked like a pretty, spoiled little schoolgirl.
This very snow-storm, which has spoiled my skating, was packed up there.
He did not want to risk her awakening to a spoiled life and disappointed hopes.
She had become the spoiled darling, pouting at him in half-pretended vexation.
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