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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of pamper.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adj. Fed luxuriously; indulged to the full; hence, luxuriant.


Sorry, no etymologies found.


  • The Fairmont Miramar, gives the term pampered pooch a whole new meaning as the spa offers an array of services like dog massages and facials.

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  • She is a size eight to 10 and then the newspaper in Britain in five lines called her pampered Miss Piggy princess, said that she needed protection from a cake of crispy doughnuts.

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  • So for a few years, US restaurants have been calling pampered US cousins of Kobe Beef, as Kobe Beef.

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  • However, a recent beef industry & FDA led crack downs have strictly restricted establishments from calling their pampered cousins “Kobe Beef”.

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  • Goethe has been called the pampered child of genius, of fortune, and the muse; but if Goethe had greater celebrity he never enjoyed half the worldly prosperity of Longfellow.

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  • Canada used to give a "baby bonus" because they have so much sparely populated land .. but hey ... the new car and a 5 thousand square foot house call our pampered children of 2 child families more than having a family ..

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  • I don't know how old this girl is, but I can tell you one thing for sure ... pretty much every girl likes being pampered, which is why spa treatments are a really great idea.

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  • Always among the top on the list of best Swiss Resort Hotels, the 'pampered' element of the new 1800sqm Spa and Health Club is impressive.

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  • The fair, with its foods "quick-fried and served on cardboard," mirrors the cruise ship with its "pampered" passengers sipping such drinks as the Slippery Nipple; wretched excess makes both places antechambers of hell, teeming with repulsive allure.

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  • I personally don't feel the need for being "pampered" with hot tubs and gourmet meals though, A short drive to Western Kansas, find a reasonably priced motel and a friendly farm to hunt on is more enjoyable, and easier for a "pore ol retired soljer" to afford.

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