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Synonyms for spoil

Synonyms for spoil

to become or cause to become rotten or unsound

to treat with indulgence and often overtender care

to rob of goods by force, especially in time of war

goods or property seized unlawfully, especially by a victor in wartime

the political appointments or jobs that are at the disposal of those in power

Synonyms for spoil

(usually plural) valuables taken by violence (especially in war)

the act of spoiling something by causing damage to it

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the act of stripping and taking by force

become unfit for consumption or use

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alter from the original

treat with excessive indulgence

have a strong desire or urge to do something

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destroy and strip of its possession

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There are various factors present in the market which are driving or restraining the growth of Spoil Detection Based Smart Labels.
Each spoil was subjected to leaching processes using Acidithiobacilli inocula.
Why is this spoil heap so important when there is already a spoil heap less than a mile away at Hafod, on which there has been considerable expenditure?
Nope, all over the Valley, surplus backyard fruits and vegetables that otherwise would rot on the ground or spoil on the vine will be put to good use, thanks to Citrus Sunday.
In contrast, organic mulch amendments can improve revegetation success on saline-sodic bentonite spoil (Smith et al.
Henry knows that his grandma spoils him, but he isn't sure if she spoils him with love or with buying him things.
He said: ``It puts you off your game and distracts you from playing the match to the best of your ability - all we want to do is play football but they spoil the match.
He is right, for instance, to say that I exaggerated when I said his formula was devised to show Nader didn't spoil the election "no matter what.
Most wines are analyzed before they go into a bottle, and those that are properly made and stored rarely spoil by way of vinegar.
New Subscription Box Service, Filled With Hand Picked Treats And Toys To Let Customers Spoil Their Four-legged Family Friends
Eduardo Epifanio, project manager at Gothenburg Port Authority said: There is no suitable landfill site for contaminated spoil volumes of this size.
Please go to the poll and spoil your paper by writing NONE OF THESE on it.
The official paediatric line - I said some version of this to that mother last week - is that you can't spoil babies by taking good care of them.
In this study, we therefore consider using sulphur oxidising bacteria in a controlled leaching using Matin's medium to recover heavy metals prior to spoil abandonment in a bioremediation perspective.
Director Francois Ozon is such a whiz that his wry, subversively sexy movies could spoil the hell out of us.