spoiling


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Synonyms for spoiling

the process of becoming spoiled

the act of spoiling something by causing damage to it

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Lowering our free shipping minimum is just another way we're spoiling our moms," said Tamara Johnson, founder and CEO of The Spoiled Mama.
The child's birth comes after Levine, 37, spoke of his excitement at being a father and how much he was looking forward to spoiling his wife.
The Myth of the Spoiled Child: Challenging the Conventional Wisdom about Children and Parenting debunks the downside of spoiling a child and points out the problems in approaches that are lean on rewards and affirmations, illustrating why it's more important to establish positive reinforcements for kids.
Now I understand that spoiling my voting slip is considered to be a non-vote and disregarded.
A mother asked me last week whether I thought she was spoiling her child.
Amjad resident of the area said that the gamblers are roaming freely in the area and spoiling the bright future of youngsters.
However Aberdeen boss Mark McGhee said he had not not instructed his players to slow the game down, commenting: "I think the only spoiling tactics were that we got one more goal.
But, as I keep saying to them, he's good lad and our days of spoiling are numbered.