1 Wade was afraid but I didn't pamper him.
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2 She did not mean to pamper herself any longer, to go without food because her surroundings made it unpalatable.
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3 To cast in my lot with Jekyll, was to die to those appetites which I had long secretly indulged and had of late begun to pamper.
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4 She had a heart which fluttered at any excitement and she pampered it shamelessly, fainting at any provocation.
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5 She was born to be pampered and waited upon, and here she was, sick and ragged, driven by hunger to hunt for food in the gardens of her neighbors.
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6 He often tried to dismiss the question, but his body persisted in rebellion and his senses nagged at him like pampered babies.
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7 "It's the best thing that could happen to the sickly pampered thing to have some one to stand up to him that's as spoiled as himself;" and she laughed into her handkerchief again.
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8 He was its spoiled and pampered favorite.
9 'And so you consider me a placid, pampered, spoiled creature,' she went on in the same voice, never taking her eyes off the window.
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