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Unfortunately, Townshend chose to pander to the feelings of the majority of the commons.
THE POLITICAL HISTORY OF ENGLAND - VOL. X.WILLIAM HUNT
But, sir, surely you would not pander to a scoundrelly taste?
LAVENGROGEORGE BORROW
But we for our part shall not pander either to the force-worshippers or to the masses.
THE NEW SOCIETYWALTHER RATHENAU
I'll change those smiles to shrieks; Give the fool what she's proud of, martyrdom: In pieces rack that pander.
THE PLAYS OF PHILIP MASSINGERPHILIP MASSINGER
Pander, pan′dėr, n. one who procures for another the means of gratifying his passions: a pimp.
CHAMBERS'S TWENTIETH CENTURY DICTIONARY (PART 3 OF 4: N-R)VARIOUS
Pimp, pimp, n. one who procures gratifications for the lust of others: a pander.
CHAMBERS'S TWENTIETH CENTURY DICTIONARY (PART 3 OF 4: N-R)VARIOUS
I can understand that you should provide him with bed and food, but not that you should pander to his vices by giving him money.
THE WAY WE LIVE NOWANTHONY TROLLOPE
This, at any rate, was von Baer's opinion, who assigns to Pander the glory of the discovery of the germ-layers.
FORM AND FUNCTIONE. S. (EDWARD STUART) RUSSELL
His passion rose; he called Fitz-Urse by a foul name, a pander.
LIFE OF THOMAS BECKETHENRY HART MILMAN
But Her Grace was in no mood to pander to girlish sentimentality just now.
THE TANGLED SKEINEMMUSKA ORCZY, BARONESS ORCZY
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OCTOBER 26, 1985
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WORDS RELATED TO PANDER

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