from The Century Dictionary.
- To undo or destroy the effect of spoiling or over-indulgence in; cure of being spoiled or over-indulged.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.
- verb transitive to make somebody less
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But people like unspoil-ed lands (we too will say “hooray” for them),
Charlie Wilson's war is now everyone's war -- and, thankfully, we can unspoil an awful ending.
"I am quite spoiled, I believe," said Helen; "you must unspoil me, Esther."
Tales and Novels — Volume 10 Maria Edgeworth 1808
So if you're trying to unspoil them, you must lead by example.
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– that won't unspoil all my clothes; I can tell him, I a'n't much obliged to him, though it's no fault of his; – yet it i'n't the less provokinger for that.