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Unspoiled vs Unspoil - What's the difference?

unspoiled | unspoil |


As an adjective unspoiled

is not spoiled or touched; pure.

As a verb unspoil is

to make less spoiled.

Spoil vs Unspoil - What's the difference?

spoil | unspoil |


In lang=en terms the difference between spoil and unspoil

is that spoil is to reveal the ending of (a story etc); to ruin (a surprise) by exposing it ahead of time while unspoil is to make less spoiled.

As verbs the difference between spoil and unspoil

is that spoil is (archaic) to strip (someone who has been killed or defeated) of their arms or armour while unspoil is to make less spoiled.

As a noun spoil

is (also in plural: spoils ) plunder taken from an enemy or victim.

Unspoil vs Pristine - What's the difference?

unspoil | pristine |


As a verb unspoil

is to make less spoiled.

As an adjective pristine is

unspoiled; still with its original purity; uncorrupted or unsullied or pristine can be relating to sawfishes of the family pristidae.

Depredate vs Unspoil - What's the difference?

depredate | unspoil |


In lang=en terms the difference between depredate and unspoil

is that depredate is to engage in plundering while unspoil is to make less spoiled.

As verbs the difference between depredate and unspoil

is that depredate is to ransack or plunder; to prey upon while unspoil is to make less spoiled.

Unspoil vs Unspoilt - What's the difference?

unspoil | unspoilt |


As a verb unspoil

is to make less spoiled.

As an adjective unspoilt is

not spoilt, decayed or corrupted.

Unspool vs Unspoil - What's the difference?

unspool | unspoil |


As verbs the difference between unspool and unspoil

is that unspool is to remove (film, cotton, etc) from a spool while unspoil is to make less spoiled.

Spoiled vs Unspoil - What's the difference?

spoiled | unspoil |


As verbs the difference between spoiled and unspoil

is that spoiled is (spoil) while unspoil is to make less spoiled.

As an adjective spoiled

is of food, that has deteriorated to the point of no longer being usable or edible.