Antonyms for fawned

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


Also, like a faithful dog, Guido Bombini fawned close to him.

That girl's eyes, like a little adoring dog's—that girl, who had fawned on her so!

I returned his caresses as he fawned on me, finding me not dead as he supposed.

Ugly and cross as the dog was, he fawned on her, and the old woman had left him to her care.

Ucatella was the first to see him coming, and came and fawned on him with delight.

When it saw the hermit tending its master, it fawned at his feet.

She stood in the shop door, and looked lovingly down on us as we fawned on her.

“Well, well, you do know what you want,” fawned the shoeman.

Bad as it is to be fawned upon, it is better than to be bitten.

He was looked upon as the world's jester when Wilde fawned upon him.