from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To pamper; indulge.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
But odd because to read the pamp was a place of such horror.
We view this as the opportunistic work of sinister forces bent on destabilising our country, based on a mistaken belief that our people are gullible enough to be confused and misled by such shabby and amateurish tactics of agent provocateurs as the crudely drawn pamp! hlets used by these frustrated malcontents.
Samantha Cameron added beautician to her resume when she participated in a pamp...
Asian Cardiovascular pamp; Thoracic-Annals. 12 (4): 330-5, 2004