- v. Simple past tense and past participle of coddle.
“They continue to be coddled, which is why Larry and those of his ilk persist in it.”
“And because the kids are such "coddled," "narcissistic praise junkies," they'll be beyond tough to bring into the military.”
“Count me among the "coddled" inefficent college student.”
“The "tough on crime" crowd says that criminals get what they deserve, and insist on the myth that prisoners are "coddled" in country-club-like conditions.”
“As late as the 1990s, some old-timers from Bishop [California, a town near Manzanar], were adamant that the internees had been "coddled," and that there never were guards or guard towers.”
“Others have claimed that the internees were "coddled" and that there were never any guard towers.”
“Pippins are apples which have been raised from pips;  a codling is an apple which requires to be "coddled," stewed, or lightly boiled, being yet sour and unfit for eating whilst raw.”
“The best in manner of cooking is the "coddled", egg (see page 151).”
“The discipline was sharp, but for the "coddled" boy, who had been regarded at home as a youthful prodigy, it was entirely wholesome.”
“The state has "coddled" illegal immigrants and danced around the issue of illegal immigration for years, Jenkins said.”
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