Thesaurus / fawn
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On a recent Sunday, Rivera greeted regulars and fawned over their dogs as they arrived to pick up orders of a sold-out whole-roasted pig, big-as-your-head chicharrones, and arroz con garbanzos.

Eric Rivera Is Playing the GameAlberto PerezOctober 1, 2020Eater

Bleating like the fawn they would draw the timid dam to her death.

Daniel BooneJohn S. C. Abbott

Now, my little boy, I do wish that these boys might be induced to sell this fawn.

She was determined to please; and when Fanny made up her mind, circumstances seemed just to fawn at her feet.

Memoirs of a MidgetWalter de la Mare

The fawn started up with an anxious bleat: the doe turned; she came back; she couldn't leave it.

In the WildernessCharles Dudley Warner

The fawn and the kitten were coiled close together in the centre of the room.

Wild Western ScenesJohn Beauchamp Jones

Here do I wait until I catch sight of that doe and her fawn.

Although the fawn and doe had widened their range somewhat, they were still in the same general area.

The Black FawnJames Arthur Kjelgaard

And, soon after, l'Encuerado returned, carrying a fawn on his shoulders.

Mrs. Pimble said another milk-sop had come among them to fawn and giggle in the face of the oppressor, man.

EventideEffie Afton

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