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riddled

[ rid-ld ]
/ ˈrɪd ld /
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adjective
filled with, and often thoroughly weakened by, something undesirable (used in combination):For decades taxpayers subsidized this fault-riddled nuclear plant, with its defective reactors and substandard construction.
pierced in many places (usually used in combination):His bullet-riddled body was found two days later.
verb
the simple past tense and past participle of riddle2.
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