Use Riddled in a sentence
Meaning: [adjective] full of (usually something bad);
The road in is incredibly rocky and riddled with large holes.
The building was riddled with bullet holes.
Jobs’s youth was riddled with frustrations over formal schooling.
Their case alone is riddled with human rights violations.
The cliffs are riddled with caves and rock dwellings.
The island is also riddled with blocked tunnels.
The existing law is riddled with loopholes and anomalies.
The list of participants is riddled with errors.
Another report said the bodies were riddled with bullets.
However, the operation was riddled with innumerable major problems.
These businesses were mismanaged and riddled with corruption.