Well, what will women not swear to, to save those they dote upon!'
"I dote on 'em," comes back the Dowager, and "my daughter" owned up that she "adored" 'em.
Nobody knows him like me; and if there was ever one made for him to dote on, it's your own self.
Besides, by partial fondness shown, Like you, we dote upon our own.
"Yet it would be classical to dote upon a mermaid," Caius murmured.
They dote on children, and children the world over are much alike.
Every woman does not dote on velvet nor does every man dream of sable linings.
As to the women, they dote upon him: not even your red-coat is so successful.
Soames often reflected on the mistake it was to dote on his daughter.
They just dote on that hussy—can't seem to get enough of her.