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- n. Plural form of pamperer.
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They had a private jet, private drivers, an entourage of personal pamperers and four lavish houses – two in the Hollywood Hills and two in Malibu.
Working mothers Katie Holmes and Kate Winslet have been lured by big brands H.Stern and St John respectively, and their team of dedicated pamperers and preeners.
December and that we don't require the pamperers, poseurs and flossers who are the unfortunate byproduct of the fringe.
Indeed, on our visit I don't think I've ever seen my wife look more pleased for me to go off and play golf as she did when I left her in the soothing hands of an army of professional pamperers.
Pet pamperers say economic slump isn't affecting them
"minters -- dancers -- crouchers -- pamperers of their paunches, like a monk that maketh his jubilee -- mounchers in their mangers, and moilers in their gay manors and mansions:" see fol. 17, rect.
Women, especially the younger of them, are become gadabouts, chatterers in the public ways, idle, adorners of their vain selves, pamperers of their frail tabernacles -- "