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View synonyms for spoilt

spoilt

[ spoilt ]

verb

  1. a simple past tense and past participle of spoil.


spoilt

/ spɔɪlt /

verb

  1. See spoil
    a past tense and past participle of spoil


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  • un·spoilt adjective

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Example Sentences

In fact, if you need to play music or movies, you’re spoilt for choice when picking software.

Clearly, we have been spoilt by Stephen Frears and Helen Mirren with The Queen.

This is not the first time in history when the lack of a ha'porth of tar has spoilt the ship of State.

He has spoilt any chance he had of being considered handsome by a sullen expression now habitual.

If they know they will fight shy of the garden, and many a promising flirtation will be spoilt.

I have heard strange things of schools; oh, if he should be spoilt and ruined, what misery it would be.

I never saw an excellent and beautiful natural situation so miserably spoilt.

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