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verb as in serve one's every need, whim

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It’s simply a matter of deciding how you’d like to pamper yourself.

Pros and average folks alike pamper their voice with the stalwart Shure SM7B broadcast mic.

At the time, about 60% of American households had a pet, and it was becoming more common to pamper them.

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Balcony cabins, panoramic suites, saunas, Jacuzzis, bars and, on some ships, multiple gourmet restaurants, ensure that however harsh the conditions outside, there’s plenty of pampering onboard.

For his part, Gene Alexeyev — the restaurant’s general manager — does an ace job of making patio customers feel as if it’s old times and everyone is back in the dining room getting pampered.

Will it be some men who wait at home to pamper a wife back from a long day in the salt mines?

Yes, the grotesque pamper-athon of excess that is the run-up to the Academy Awards is under way.

To cast in my lot with Jekyll was to die to those appetites which I had long secretly indulged, and had of late begun to pamper.

As I wanted to rush the book out as quickly as possible, I didn't see why I should pamper them with type.

Whatever would feed the soul, it said, should be sought, and whatever would pamper the body should be avoided.

It is looked upon as merely an effort to pamper one or two pets and to persecute and degrade their supposed rivals.

It is for this that these men mortify their flesh, and to set us an example, who would pamper ourselves overmuch.


On this page you'll find 52 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to pamper, such as: coddle, gratify, indulge, regale, spoil, and tickle.

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