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  • v. Present participle of baby.

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Examples

  • And Sue, the Asian, doesn’t believe in babying any one.

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  • More Cowherd: What Dibble said in the moment, with the information he had was -- we're kind of babying this guy -- [was] the way a lot of people felt.

    ESPN personalities defend Rob Dibble

  • I only have two children and am constantly accused by the older one of "babying" the younger one.

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  • It seemed sometimes as if into that one short year of wifehood she had tried to crowd all the loving service and "babying" that had been accumulating through twenty years of lovelessness and loneliness.

    Pollyanna Grows Up

  • Giuffre said he was still "babying" the greens by allowing the grass to get shaggy in the heat.

    SI.com

  • Instead, it was Lochte who emerged from the final turn with a solid lead, despite the fact that he came into the championships nursing a groin injury that he said he had been "babying" in training.

    The Sydney Morning Herald News Headlines

  • This mother needs to kick her kids out of her house and stop "babying" her grown off spring.

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  • In high school, I believe that upperclassmen are critical to the stability of the underclassmen; however, upperclassmen shouldn't fall into the habit of "babying" the underclassmen.

    Berks county news

  • But Sharp declined - and rebuked wide receiver Brad Ekwerekwu for "babying" O'Neal by squirting water on the player's head.

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  • But Sharp declined - and rebuked wide receiver Brad Ekwereku for "babying" O'Neal by squirting water on the player's head.

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