spoilt


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having the character or disposition harmed by pampering or oversolicitous attention

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(of foodstuffs) not in an edible or usable condition

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affected by blight

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The fact that ballot papers with only one box marked were deemed spoilt votes means that it was compulsory to vote for two candidates - first and second choice.
The contaminated and spoilt food was found during random checks on fresh meat stores in the capital.
They are primarily intended to ensure the health and safety of Kuwaiti citizens and residents alike and to protect them from greedy and rapacious spoilt food traders, he elaborated in press statements.
The stunning White Jade Cuff bracelet worn by celebrity trendsetters like Kim Kardashian, Eva Longoria and Robin Tunney is hot on Spoilt Cow's list of must haves.
The inspectors of Abu Dhabi Food Control Authority (ADFCA) found spoilt clams, shrimps and hamour (orange-spotted groupers) on the shelves of Lulu Hypermarket in Abu Dhabi during a surprise inspection campaign on meat and fish markets in the capital in the presence of media.
Unfortunately, it was spoilt by the majority of the audience clapping between the movements.
Slagging off someone's child is like a cardinal sin - spoilt is one thing but ugly, too?
She is very lucky and gets everything she wishes for, but I am afraid she is recently being very spoilt.
And little Rhianna and her two-year-old sister are sure to be spoilt as well.
RB says: A top footballer behaving like a spoilt brat?
THE White Stripes frontman Jack White has branded his fans spoilt.
THE Jonathan Jay-trained Tidal Fury landed his third race at Auteuil yesterday, but the victory was spoilt by a fatal accident to Sunny Winner 20 yards from the post, writes Desmond Stoneham.