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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of cruel.

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Examples

  • Admittedly injuries cruelled their campaign; but 2012 is now D-Day for the Raiders.

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  • Webber was well placed to win the crown at the season-ender in the gulf state before he cruelled his chances by qualifying fifth and allowing Vettel to emerge a surprise victor.

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  • Injuries have cruelled him this season but he's ready and able right now.

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  • Season rating: 8/10 - a memorable year only cruelled by one significant injury.

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  • It was actually 47 missed tackles that cruelled Parramatta.

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  • He has had potential written all over him, but injuries have cruelled his career.

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  • Champion saw his 2011 campaign with Melbourne Storm cruelled by a shoulder injury, but 33 tries in 70 games previously for South Sydney illustrate why the Titans opened the chequebook.

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  • Champion saw his 2011 campaign with Melbourne Storm cruelled by a shoulder injury, but 33 tries in 70 games previously for South Sydney illustrate why the Titans opened the chequebook.

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  • Nathan Foley has played all 21 games so far after having his past two seasons cruelled by injury and that has added something to a midfield that has talent but no depth and is limited at present as it has continually been beaten at stoppages and in contested ball for most of the year.

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  • Season rating: 8/10 - a memorable year only cruelled by one significant injury.

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