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Adjective
Organically decayed, tainted, or broken down
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“It is also believed that unless the spoiled milk is treated it should not be given to children.”
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Not appropriate, worthy, or safe to eat
“The tightly bound tournedos of salmon adorned with candied lime was spoiled - none of the flaky, moist delicateness that the fish is all about.”
Adjective
Overindulged, especially of a child
“This spoiled child becomes ignorant of others and drowns in the sea of life.”
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Sullied or tainted in some manner
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Not characterized by or conducive to physical health or well-being
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Made unpalatable or inedible by cooking for too long
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Not successful
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In a decrepit or dilapidated state
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Like a spoiled diva
Verb
Past tense for to treat with great care, attention or indulgence
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“Why does a mother spoil her child? What lies behind that overwhelming love which she holds for her offspring?”
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Past tense for to decompose or break down, especially biologically
“The furnishings were Spartan and, fortunately, no food was left to spoil and contaminate the place.”
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Past tense for to destroy or damage the value or quality of
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“Wordsworth valued its open landscape, forged by millennia of agriculture, and believed that non-native conifer plantations would spoil the landscape.”
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Past tense for to wear away or destroy gradually
“Most of them contain acid or emery, which is likely to gradually spoil the temper of the razor.”
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Past tense for to tarnish with something undesirable
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“Physical offense against the body or the mind that occurs in life should not spoil the cleanliness of soul.”
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Past tense for to compromise or reduce in quality or purity
“He knows dishonesty will spoil his reputation, and consequently hinder his thriving in the world.”
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Past tense for to take the pleasure or enjoyment out of
“I don't want to get into too many details here, lest I spoil the experience for you.”
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Past tense for to spoil through clumsiness or ineptitude
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Past tense for to cause to fail, or to make great attempts to
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Past tense for to spoil or render less pure by adding impurities or other substances
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Past tense for to deteriorate or go into decline, especially physically
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Past tense for to stop operating
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Past tense for to separate or cause to separate into curds or lumps
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Past tense for to cause disarray or disorganization in the order of
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Past tense for to take great pleasure or satisfaction in something
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Past tense for to cook for too long or at too high a temperature
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Past tense for to bring disrepute to, especially through aspersions
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Past tense for to give an appearance of age to, especially a new object
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Past tense for to fill or permeate, especially with something undesirable
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