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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And, she says, recent news reports have provided more examples: Employees of Cook County Circuit Court Clerk Dorothy Brown claimed their superiors coerced them to contribute to Brown's campaign, and records of employee contributions to Sheahan were found to be riddled with misreporting of names and other errors.