be riddled with (something)

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be riddled with (something)

To be full of or consumed with something. Your proposal was completely unrealistic and riddled with flaws—that's why it was rejected. He is still riddled with guilt over the car accident he caused last month.
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be ˈriddled with something

be full of something, especially something bad or unpleasant: His body was riddled with cancer.Her typing was slow and riddled with mistakes.
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I am riddled with self-doubt and inability to settle.
Do the rest yourself" Actress Joanna Lumley "Because I am a pop star and I've had sex with lots of different people from lots of different countries, I know these things, and Germany and Australia are like the Olympics when it comes to 'let's get it on"' Singer Robbie Williams "I am riddled with self-doubt and inability to settle" Self-description by comedian Russell Brand, above "I think it's a good rule of thumb not to say anything unless you have something to say" Actress Cate Blanchett "As soon as I saw her with her gorgeous belly, I started crying.
She said: "I have to walk as though I am riddled with arthritis, and I have to be bent almost double - I can't stand my full height, 5ft 9in tall, because that would me taller than Amanda Roocroft, who is Cio Cio.
I am riddled with faults, I know, but I'm not going to drown in them.
I am riddled with the uneasy disquiet of someone who didn't do enough.
But I am constantly stopping myself from enjoying any of this because I am riddled with guilt about leaving my mother.
I am riddled with guilt - positively weighed down by it.
Every year I am riddled with guilt as I see it, still green, a few stray bits of silvery thread still hanging from its branches, waiting to be taken a way.
I have not mentioned this to my wife because I cannot honestly believe she has been unfaithful but I am riddled with doubt.