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All over, you find people being declared by their coaches, or teammates, or even fawning journos, as “the most underrated” in the sport.
GENE WEINGARTEN: TAKE ME OUT TO THE OLD. WORD. GAME.GENE WEINGARTENMAY 6, 2021WASHINGTON POST
They found coyotes are also helping regulate urban deer populations by preying on fawns.
FOUR WILD ANIMALS THAT ARE THRIVING IN CITIESBY RYAN CHELIUS/OUTDOOR LIFEFEBRUARY 9, 2021POPULAR SCIENCE
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
The underside, however, is different, as the extremity of the upper wings and the whole of the under wings are of a fawn colour.
NARRATIVE OF A SURVEY OF THE INTERTROPICAL AND WESTERN COASTS OF AUSTRALIA] [VOLUME 2 OF 2]PHILLIP PARKER KING
Doggy men are freemasons, and I soon opened the conversation by speaking of the pretty fawn.
THE CHEQUERSJAMES RUNCIMAN
But he was the very opposite of the vulgar crowd of courtiers who fawn on a master while they betray him.
THE HISTORY OF ENGLAND FROM THE ACCESSION OF JAMES II.THOMAS BABINGTON MACAULAY
The spotted fawn, the musk-deer, gazelles and antelopes, all seemed to answer the call of the music.
KARI THE ELEPHANTDHAN GOPAL MUKERJI
Faster and faster Greedy Fawn stirred the boiling porridge, for it began to swell and fill the kettle.
STORIES THE IROQUOIS TELL THEIR CHILDRENMABEL POWERS
White Fawn, their mother, was baking corn bread on the coals of the wigwam fire.
STORIES THE IROQUOIS TELL THEIR CHILDRENMABEL POWERS
Now Greedy Fawn could not reach across the kettle, to stir the porridge with his stick, so he began to run around it.
STORIES THE IROQUOIS TELL THEIR CHILDRENMABEL POWERS

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terpsichoreanadjective | [turp-si-kuh-ree-uhn, turp-si-kawr-ee-uhn, -kohr- ]SEE DEFINITION