She probably thought Destiny was a spoiled child.
That thought spoiled the evening.
He didn't want them to be spoiled with too many things, but he wanted the best quality.
Yes, she may be a vampire and she may be a spoiled brat, but she has the purest soul I have ever known.
I'm sorry I spoiled your evening.
But you're not spoiled or self-centered.
You've spoiled me rotten, you know.
I treated you like a spoiled child.
You're parents have spoiled you rotten with fine clothes and a cushion job.
He crossed the Tigris, destroyed the towns and spoiled the tombs of Arbela; but when Artabanus advanced at the head of an army, he retired to Carrhae.
They were attacked by the four great Eastern kings and spoiled, but restored by the intervention of Abram and his men coming to the aid of Lot (Gen.
He complains that much reading of the works of St Jerome had spoiled his Latin; but, as Scaliger says (Scalig er 2 a), " Erasmus's language is better than St Jerome's."
The Neoplatonists themselves characterized the theologians of the church as intruders, who had appropriated the Greek philosophy and spoiled it by the admixture of strange fables.
"It would have spoiled the fun," replied the kitten, yawning.
He was not petted and spoiled like many other princes.
Often when I discuss this idea with people, they bring up an objection I have come to call The Spoiled Rich Kid Problem.
The subdued smile which, though it did not suit her faded features, always played round her lips expressed, as in a spoiled child, a continual consciousness of her charming defect, which she neither wished, nor could, nor considered it necessary, to correct.
After two or three changes to which Princess Mary meekly submitted, just as her hair had been arranged on the top of her head (a style that quite altered and spoiled her looks) and she had put on a maroon dress with a pale-blue scarf, the little princess walked twice round her, now adjusting a fold of the dress with her little hand, now arranging the scarf and looking at her with her head bent first on one side and then on the other.
"I said from the first," declared Anna Pavlovna referring to Pierre, "I said at the time and before anyone else" (she insisted on her priority) "that that senseless young man was spoiled by the depraved ideas of these days.
"Am I spoiled for Andrew's love or not?" she asked herself, and with soothing irony replied: "What a fool I am to ask that!