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Indeed, a poet hath the same happiness with a man who is dotingly fond of an ugly woman.
She seemed to have no existence but in me and in our little boy, of whom she was dotingly fond.
Care of her devolved particularly upon Terentia, of whom she was dotingly fond.
THE UNWILLING VESTALEDWARD LUCAS WHITE
Now this Governor had had a wife of whom he was dotingly fond; and one morning when they waked up, lo!
The father was dotingly attached to her, and watched her growth with pride and adoration.
THE MYSTERIES OF LONDON, V. 1/4GEORGE W. M. REYNOLDS
Tell me, my dear, who's that little man they all seem so dotingly fond of?
He was no astrologer, but he was dotingly fond of his wife, and he could not bear the idea of losing her.
FOLK-LORE AND LEGENDS: ORIENTALCHARLES JOHN TIBBITTS
The king became dotingly fond of her; he did whatever she told him.
FOLK-TALES OF BENGALLAL BEHARI DAY
Yet the French are dotingly fond of children, said Mrs. Follingsbee.
PINK AND WHITE TYRANNYHARRIET BEECHER STOWE
The Baron was almost dotingly courteous and attentive to her.
THE RAINBOWD. H. (DAVID HERBERT) LAWRENCE

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