Definition of pamper
pampererplay \ˈpam-pər-ər\ noun
Examples of pamper in a Sentence
They really pamper their guests at that hotel.
She pampered herself with a day at the spa.
He was pampered all his life and doesn't know how to function in the real world.
Recent Examples of pamper from the Web
Among the perks: agility courses for your dogs and a pet spa to pamper them after a strenous workout.
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Origin and Etymology of pamper
Middle English, probably of Dutch origin; akin to Dutch dialect pamperen to pamper
First Known Use: 14th century
Synonym Discussion of pamper
PAMPER Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of pamper for English Language Learners
: to treat (someone or something) very well : to give (someone or something) a lot of attention and care
PAMPER Defined for Kids
Definition of pamper for Students
: to treat (someone or something) with great care and attention
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