Definition of pamper:
fondle, bilk, pander, luxuriate, bollocks up, kiss, bollix up, rape, caress, fuss over, coddle, wet-nurse, cater to, bungle, muff, frustrate, dandle, impair, overindulge, mishandle, botch up, louse up, featherbed, yield to, wait on someone hand and foot, do well by someone, botch, itch, bobble, muck up, fluff, baffle, cross, gratify, scotch, mar, spoil, deflower, overindulge, cosset, blow, thwart, cater, screw up, indulge, violate, study at indulge, overindulgence, corrupt, ball up, cocker, treat well, go bad, foil, humor, mollycoddle, vitiate, bumble, bollocks, pet, flub, please, bodge, foul up, fumble, dote on, roll out the red carpet for someone, bollix, court, mess up, flatter, embrace, cherish, nurse, despoil, satisfy, plunder, baby.
- "Manners and Social Usages", Mrs. John M. E. W. Sherwood.
- "Life Sentence", James McConnell.
It is not a few royal smiles and gold pieces, here and there, that will save the royal, or the noble, or the poor, while the law and the customs of the great oppress and destroy a hundred to pamper one.- "The Peasant and the Prince", Harriet Martineau.