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babied

verb as in treat like a child

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Example Sentences

She’s the baby Karen gave up in Part 2, and she’s looking for her birth mother.

From Vox

Lori Keith, who manages the Parnassus Mid Cap Fund, sees long-term demand for Teleflex’s equipment as baby boomers age.

From Fortune

The baby colugo reached out from under its mother, tugged a few small leaves and tried to nibble them.

Ali has yet to share the news on her personal Instagram account, or the baby’s name.

Andy updated us that he’s now in a committed relationship with a baby on the way.

Parents sometimes have an attitude of, “I was brought up in the school of hard knocks, no one babied me.”

In this day and age, men have gone from being learned by their fathers and grandfathers, to being babied by their mothers.

Mike dearly loved cauliflowers, and babied ours as a flower gardener babies his hybrid tea roses.

Harriet insisted that she did not wish to be "babied," but, the guardian was firm.

It's nonsense for a great hot-blooded clown, like me to be babied with a fire.

He said the ankle would be lame just so long as it was babied, that he proposed to throw away his crutch on the following day.

Used to being babied and somewhat pampered at home, his outspokenness troubled her.

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On this page you'll find 25 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to babied, such as: satisfy, cuddle, humor, pamper, pet, and please.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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