We had to figure out how to get to hotels and everything after our pampered lives as members of the White House press corps.
Staff often joke that her pampered pets eat better than the human members of the Royal Family.
Having an enormous kitchen that would make even the most pampered chefs drool helped.
1520s, "over-fed," past participle adjective from pamper. Meaning "spoiled by luxury" is from 1690s.
late 14c., "to cram with food," probably from Middle Dutch (cf. West Flemish pamperen "cram with food, overindulge;" dialectal German pampen "to cram"), probably from frequentative of root of pap (n.1). Meaning "to overindulge" first attested 1520s. Related: Pampered; pampering.