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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of coddle.

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Examples

  • They continue to be coddled, which is why Larry and those of his ilk persist in it.

    Jason Clarke's meta feed

  • They continue to be coddled, which is why Larry and those of his ilk persist in it.

    Jason Clarke's meta feed

  • They continue to be coddled, which is why Larry and those of his ilk persist in it.

    Jason Clarke's meta feed

  • They continue to be coddled, which is why Larry and those of his ilk persist in it.

    Jason Clarke's meta feed

  • And because the kids are such "coddled," "narcissistic praise junkies," they'll be beyond tough to bring into the military.

    Boing Boing

  • Count me among the "coddled" inefficent college student.

    Rad Geek People’s Daily – 2009 – April – 20

  • 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.

    what i'm reading: committing journalism

  • 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.

    Archive 2008-11-01

  • 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.

    Bringing Dark Times to Light

  • Others have claimed that the internees were "coddled" and that there were never any guard towers.

    Bringing Dark Times to Light

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