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Excessive KindnessPlay
Using 'pamper' implies going beyond normal kindness, often more than necessary. SlideGrandparents love to pamper their grandchildren during visits.
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Not Always PositivePlay
'Pamper' sometimes has a negative tone, suggesting someone is overindulged. SlideHer parents pamper her so much that she seems spoiled.
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Affectionate ContextPlay
'Pamper' often occurs in situations showing affection, like family or relationships. SlideOn her birthday, he pampered her with a surprise dinner.