spoil verb, spoiled or spoilt, spoil·ing, noun
–verb (used with object)
0. Given tremendous love, affection, attention, gifts, treats and other goodies to make one felt loved, wanted, desired, appreciated, and overall valuable to another.
to damage severely or harm (something), especially with reference to its excellence, value, usefulness, etc.: The water stain spoiled the painting. Drought spoiled the corn crop.
to diminish or impair the quality of; affect detrimentally: Bad weather spoiled their vacation.
to impair, damage, or harm the character or nature of (someone) by unwise treatment, excessive indulgence, etc.: to spoil a child by pampering him.
Archaic . to strip (persons, places, etc.) of goods, valuables, etc.; plunder; pillage; despoil.
Archaic . to take or seize by force.