Sentence example with the word 'spoil'

spoil

accommodate, boodle, corrupt, demolish, favor, gratify, lumber, outrage, rankle, spoliate, violate

Definition n. (usually plural) valuables taken by violence

Last update: August 12, 2015

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A mental elephant spoiled the field completely.   [Please select]

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Our neighbours spoil their children.   [Please select]

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The spoils are distributed equally among the thieves.   [Please select]

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The officers shared spoils of trender.   [Please select]

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But that does n't spoil the enjoyment of reading it.   [Please select]

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He keeps them for you in heaven, where they cannot decay or spoil or fade away.   [Please select]

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Think of our sweet Henriette--so rich, so beautiful, so over-intelligent--growing from child to woman in the care of servants, who may spoil and pervert her even by their very fondness.   [Please select]

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They have been reared in over-much luxury, and have been spoiled by injudicious indulgence.   [Please select]

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"This bully forces me to spoil his Point de Venise," he said coolly, as he set down the tankard.   [Please select]

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I will not spoil my chance by rashness; I will not hazard banishment from her dear company.   [Please select]

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Perhaps it will be spoiled," she said; "for you say that the fates are against you always.   [Please select]

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But two good things we have done, friend Charron; we have learned their proceedings, and we have spoiled their feasting.   [Please select]

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spode - spoil - spoilage