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spoilt

[spoilt]
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verb
  1. a simple past tense and past participle of spoil.
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Related formsun·spoilt, adjective
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Related Words for unspoilt

guileless, sincere, straightforward, artless, candid, direct, folksy, forthright, frank, genuine, homey, ingenuous, modest, naive, natural, plain, simple, single, spontaneous, unassuming

Examples from the Web for unspoilt

Historical Examples of unspoilt

  • He's as clever as you please, and with it all as obliging and unspoilt as possible.

    The Making of a Soul

    Kathlyn Rhodes

  • It has been so tampered with and restored that little remains that is unspoilt.

  • They are spoilt or unspoilt, but in the same proportion as the rest of their sex.

    Camilla

    Fanny Burney

  • A sweet face she had, a face which glowed with health, and was unspoilt by cosmetics.

    The Everlasting Arms

    Joseph Hocking

  • Miss Ware herself, while sensible of her riches, was unspoilt by them.

    Cape of Storms

    Percival Pollard


British Dictionary definitions for unspoilt

spoilt

verb
  1. a past tense and past participle of spoil
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