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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"Brad had more control over the kids when he was still married to Angie, but now that they are apart, and she has been spoiling them, he has pleaded with her to slow down on all the spending."
The Amanah leader questioned if spoiling one's vote was a crime under Section 124B of the Penal Code that prohibits activities 'detrimental to parliamentary democracy', punishable with 20 years' jail.
ISLAMABAD -- Supreme Court (SC) has expressed resentment with Sindh police for its poor investigation and spoiling social worker Perveen Rehman murder case
'But more than spoiling her, it's about quality time well spent with her.
"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.