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fawnings

See definition of fawnings on Dictionary.com
  • as inblarney
  • as inblandishment
  • as inadulation
  • as inflattery
  • as inhumility

synonyms for fawnings

  • adulation
  • baloney
  • blandishment
  • cajolery
  • coaxing
  • compliments
  • exaggeration
  • eyewash
  • fawning
  • honey
  • incense
  • ingratiation
  • oil
  • overpraise
  • wheedling
  • a line
  • inveiglement
  • soft soap
  • soft words
  • sweet-talk
  • applause
  • commendation
  • blandishment
  • flattery
  • sycophancy
  • worship
  • audation
  • bootlicking
  • fawning
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How to use fawnings in a sentence

And this was the woman I had hardly been able to treat civilly, so nauseating were her fawnings and flatterings!
THE DELUGEDAVID GRAHAM PHILLIPS
She never esteemed the fawnings of men for their own ends, but her own private contentment and satisfaction.
A JOURNAL OF THE SWEDISH EMBASSY IN THE YEARS 1653 AND 1654, VOL II.BULSTRODE WHITELOCKE
She declared that even her lap-dog was weary of the fawnings of nobles.
ZIGZAG JOURNEYS IN EUROPEHEZEKIAH BUTTERWORTH
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OCTOBER 26, 1985
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