Thesaurus / spoiling

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What was the use of spoiling my action by a continual exhibition of disapproval?

AtlantidaPierre Benoit

With proper care in handling, storing, and keeping, this spoiling can be prevented.

"You're spoiling him," he said to Mrs. Hatchard, after the new lodger had been there a week.

It was naturally a keen disappointment to Ward, and he and his company at Behagnies were spoiling for a fight.

A Company of TanksW. H. L. Watson

They were spoiling the best part of the school year by what they pleased to think was their heroism.

He was spoiling my life wi' his strength, an' I didn't think o' him as weakly.

It is the anxiety regarding the proper discipline of parents that is spoiling the nervous system of American children.

In these revolutionary times, though, every one is on the rampage and spoiling for a fight.

Fitz the FilibusterGeorge Manville Fenn

Personally, I never play comedy and tragedy on the same night without a sense that one is spoiling the other.

He had the sensation of a boycotted egg, and was in danger of spoiling before reaching the consuming market.

Skookum Chuck FablesSkookum Chuck (pseud for R.D. Cumming)

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