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- v. Present participle of pamper.
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- adj. gratifying tastes, appetites, or desires
- n. the act of indulging or gratifying a desire
Sorry, no etymologies found.
We don't use the term pampering, because our philosophy is that what we do is not a luxury rather a necessity "states Dillon.
The care and pampering is no longer necessary as the product has matured and is now prepared to stand alone in this cruel world.
With first-class service, exquisite accommodations, and luxurious amenities, you'll find everything you need to experience the ultimate in pampering and relaxation.
Rest and enjoy some more pampering from the family.
Surrounding yourself with some pampering is a good band-aid for now.
"[T] hwarted by the lack of all those things associated with 'home,' love, admiration, understanding, or just plain pampering," they yearned to escape the dreary monotony and loneliness of small, isolated outposts.
She has created a web portal called Survivor's Retreat, where cancer survivors can search for retreats, workshops and other destinations that offer healing experiences, relaxation, exercise or just plain pampering - whatever you think you need to heal.
For the ultimate in pampering for the queen, the Argyle Spa and Salon has the perfect solution.
She still delights in pampering him with his favorite foods, and has been busy shoring up the pantry in preparation for his visit next week.
My definition of pampering equals uninterrupted solitude.
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