Your Daily Word Prompt – #Spoil – #YDWordPrompt December 9, 2021

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Today’s Word: Spoil

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Spoil

[ spoil ] 
 
 
verb (used with object), spoiled or spoilt, spoil·ing.

verb (used without object), spoiled or spoilt, spoil·ing.

  • to become bad, or unfit for use, as food or other perishable substances; become tainted or putrid:Milk spoils if not refrigerated.
  • to plunder, pillage, or rob.
noun

Definition from Dictionary.com

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