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Noun
Possessions stolen or gained
“The looters carried their spoils away.”
Noun
Advantages or appanages
“He did not have the slightest intention of sharing the spoils of office with Craigbarnet.”
Noun
A souvenir of an achievement, especially a part of an animal taken when hunting
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Money that is gained or acquired
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Plural for things that have been left as worthless
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Plural for a person who is easily deceived or harmed
Verb
To treat with great care, attention or indulgence
“Why does a mother spoil her child? What lies behind that overwhelming love which she holds for her offspring?”
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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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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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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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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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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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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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To cause to fail, or to make great attempts to
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To spoil or render less pure by adding impurities or other substances
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To deal with something clumsily or nervously, typically making a mistake in the process
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To deteriorate or go into decline, especially physically
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To stop operating
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To cause disarray or disorganization in the order of
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To treat someone badly, cruelly or unkindly
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To treat oneself by spending extravagantly
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Casts a shadow over
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To bring disrepute to, especially through aspersions
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Lavish
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To cook for too long or at too high a temperature
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Drops litter
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To separate or cause to separate into curds or lumps
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(archaic) To bring or put into a condition of privilege
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To fill or permeate, especially with something undesirable
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