Definition of bespoil
- … he had looked upon him in the light of a mere robber, and, as such, would have bespoiled him of his ill-gotten gain, but for the judicious interference of his comrade, brother, and partner.
- —Charles Dickens, Our Mutual Friend, 1865
- … but to the people of the Gulf Coast, it's just another reason to mistrust the company that bespoiled their shores.
- —Mobile Register (Alabama), 22 July 2010