verb: Screwed up, botched, ruined. Something is said to be "lindened" when a situation is made worse by an action that was intended to make things better.
This word originated in the Second Life community in response to the chronic troubles following Second Life upgrades.
My brakes were squeaking a bit so I got them worked on - now they are completely lindened - it won't stop at all.
The process of taking something, and in an effort to improve it, making it worse.
Particularly as applied to softwear programs, wherein updates generally result in more bugs than they fix, or more old features broken than new ones introduced.
"He told me he was going to fix my car, but now it's all Lindened and won't even start."
made worse by an attempt at improvement
The car was having some troubles before I got my cousin to work on it, but now I can't drive it at all, it's totally lindened.