Definition of 'pamper'
Example sentences containing 'pamper'
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I uncover a world of home pampering. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Nottingham Forest's captain is so daft about dogs that plans are already underway to open a home for pampered pooches when he retires from playing. The Sun (2016) Stars were pampered backstage with hand and arm massages and facial treatments. The Sun (2006)This site features photos found on the internet of pampered pooches. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Their autumn special is a pampering and gourmet treat for two. The Sun (2012)To go from a spoilt and pampered existence to this is a big ask. Times, Sunday Times (2014)But the interior is also about luxury and pampering the driver and passenger. The Sun (2009)Perhaps this will make the overpaid and pampered star realise how lucky he is. The Sun (2013)But they all look like highly pampered pooches to me. The Sun (2014)After lunch it was time to experience a pampering treat. The Sun (2013)But they are likely to become that way without basic obedience training or if spoilt or pampered. The Sun (2009)But fingers were pointed at pampered stars and the number of foreign players in the top flight. The Sun (2016)As if we needed yet more reasons to be jealous of the pampered stars. The Sun (2008)And drummers perform far more concerts than pampered footie stars play matches. The Sun (2008)Instead he joined his family for a week's pampering on the luxury cruise liner. The Sun (2012)For 17 pampered pooches can be dropped off by owners heading on their own nights out. The Sun (2010)And to carry on the pamper experience at home, use your hair products and snap a selfie on your new phone! The Sun (2015)THEY are the pampered pooches owned by the world's most famous stars. The Sun (2016)Modern footballers have been so pampered and spoilt from such an early age that they have lost all sense of proportion, dignity or manners. The Sun (2008)Plus, you'll each get a goodie bag full of pamper treats to take home with you. The Sun (2012)The firm has resorted to luring them with the chance of winning a pampering treat between June and September. The Sun (2010)Discover lakes and mountains; bask in pure air and gentle sunshine; or simply lie back and be pampered at your luxury hotel. Times, Sunday Times (2009)FANCY a week of luxury pampering in Sri Lanka? The Sun (2016)
Trends of 'pamper'
Used Rarely. pamper is in the lower 50% of commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'pamper'
British English: pamper VERB
If you pamper someone, you make them feel comfortable by doing things for them or giving them expensive or luxurious things.
Why don't you let your mother pamper you for a while?
Definition of pamper from the Collins English Dictionary
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