Synonyms for Spoiled:

adj.

all (adjective)
bad, spoilt.
blemished (adjective)
Scored, disfigured, pockmarked, slit, marred, blistered, spotted, Nicked, damaged, fractured, freckled, blotched, scratched, flecked, notched, scraped, Scabbed, tarnished, gashed, deformed, splotched, discolored, flawed, distorted, Hacked, chipped, abraded, tainted, scarred, marked, impure, blemished, Scuffed, imperfect, stained, defective, specked, defaced, cracked.
damaged (adjective)
injured, marred, flawed, harmed, corrupted, rotten, ruined, sour, wasted, bad.
disintegrated (adjective)
decomposed, decayed, Degenerated, dilapidated, festering, rotten, molten, Anatomized, broken, mortified, shattered, putrefied, crumbled, turned, gangrenous, dissected, dissolved, Disintegrated.
imperfect (adjective)
faulty, blemished, flawed, deficient, blotched, second-rate, incomplete, tainted, defective, inadequate, imperfect.

n.

inedible, rancid, insipid, bland, sour, unpalatable, nasty, tasteless. small, preteen, adolescent, pubescent, naughty, prepubescent. spoiled (noun)
bad, soft, ill-natured, spoilt, stale, coddled, pampered.

v.

blemished (verb)
checked, Blotted, hurt, Kinked, defected, dotted, slitted.
damaged (verb)
ransacked, wasted, ruined, despoiled, laid waste, Depredated, pillaged, vandalized, ravaged, wreaked havoc, wrecked, rent.
disintegrated (verb)
ruptured, broke, rotted.
raped (verb)
deflowered, violated, defiled, Ravished, molested, raped.

Other synonyms:

prepubescent, naughty, rancid, pubescent. small, adolescent, preteen. unpalatable
inedible.
Other relevant words:
ill-natured, bad, inedible, naughty, pampered, stale, coddled, soft, sour, spoilt, rancid, corrupted, injured, prepubescent, nasty.

Usage examples for spoiled

  1. But the morning was quite spoiled for Janice. – Janice Day by Helen Beecher Long
  2. Without him the fun would be spoiled – Marguerite de Valois by Alexandre Dumas
  3. And before I can even ask you to take it, I'll have to explain how it's spoiled – The Golden Silence by C. N. Williamson and A. M. Williamson