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pamper

pam·per

pamper

 
pronunciation:
paem pr
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part of speech: transitive verb
inflections: pampered, pampering, pampers
definition: to treat or please with too much care, attention, or indulgence; coddle.
She loves to pamper her dog with special treats.If you continue to pamper that child, he'll grow up spoiled and lazy.
synonyms:
baby, coddle, indulge
antonyms:
chasten, neglect
similar words:
cater, cosset, dote, favor, mollycoddle, overindulge, overprotect, please, spoil
derivation: pamperer (n.)
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