Definition of Pampering

1. Noun. The act of indulging or gratifying a desire.




2. Adjective. Gratifying tastes, appetites, or desires. "A very pampering cruise experience"
Similar to: Indulgent

Definition of Pampering

1. Verb. (present participle of pamper) ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Pampering

1. pamper [v] - See also: pamper

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Pampering

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Literary usage of Pampering

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1. Natives of Northern India by William Crooke (1907)
"pampering of children. Occupation of peasant children. Knowledge of Nature. Imaginativeness. Training of girls. Infant marriage, its origin and results. ..."

2. India in 1887 as Seen by Robert Wallace by Robert Wallace (1888)
"... Breeding — "Walers"—Tonga Ponies—Their Food—Native Methods of Feeding— pampering and Overfeeding—Injuries to the Horses and to the Community—Anthrax in ..."

3. A Compendium of American Literature, Chronologically Arranged: With by Charles Dexter Cleveland (1865)
"pampering THE BODY AND STARVING THE SOUL.1 What, sir, feed a child's body, and let his soul hunger! pamper his limbs, and starve his faculties ! ..."

4. A Compendium of Molesworth's Marathi and English Dictionary by James Thomas Molesworth, Baba Padmanji (1863)
"... Childish from petting and pampering ; a milksop, mamma's darling. г?(р) A tail. ^ n. (s) Distant. 2 fig. Im- Unto or at a . ' [distant. 6ч- ^ - . n. ..."

5. American Horses and Horse Breeding: A Complete History of the Horse from the by John Dimon (1895)
"Box Stall — Paddock — Kind treatment —Undue familiarity— Feed — Exercise — pampering — Grassing — Winter care — Carrots as food — Worms — Controlling. ..."

6. The Pocket Lacon: Comprising Nearly One Thousand Extracts from the Best Authors edited by John Taylor (1839)
"By pampering this foible in the prince, they are permitted to come closer and closer to him; and from the indulgence of his corrupted humours they derive ..."

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