Definition of pamper in English:

pamper

Line breaks: pam¦per
Pronunciation: /ˈpampə
 
/

verb

[with object]
Indulge with every attention, comfort, and kindness; spoil: famous people just love being pampered
More example sentences
  • Ishaan is not spoilt even though Shahid pampers him to the core and neither are any of the other kids.
  • I've been lucky enough to indulge myself in some pampering this past month, most of which involved stripping off.
  • Suddenly, though, these spoiled, pampered young men are required to join the military.
Synonyms

Origin

late Middle English (in the sense 'cram with food'): probably of Low German or Dutch origin; compare with German dialect pampfen 'cram, gorge'; perhaps related to pap1.

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