Will it be some men who wait at home to pamper a wife back from a long day in the salt mines?
But first I pamper myself; I chat; I have an attractive woman to listen.
She was the one you and my daughter used to pamper, in the steerage.
Soon there are found those who promote and pamper this weakness for a profit.
Let your needs rule you, pamper them—you will see them multiply like insects in the sun.
Prayers were the avenue to breakfast, and to pamper her featherheaded mother in repetitions was to put back the meal.
The besetting temptation of the free lance is to pamper himself.
When I pamper the body, following its fitful and imperious appetites, I surely stiffen the seals of the vault.
He likes to be consulted, and I pamper him as much as possible in all unessential details.
pamper not thy Body with delicacies and dainties; it may come to pass one day that this Body may be in Hell.
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.