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to treat with indulgence and often overtender care

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treat with excessive indulgence

cook in nearly boiling water

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No one in government coddled the newly-declared 'terrorists' more than Duterte did.
Zulkifli bin Hir alias Marwan, who was killed by police commandos in Mamasapano town, was also coddled by the ASG before.
These same people, our parents, look at their grandchildren with what amounts to horror, I suppose, as we, the coddled generation, tell our children, as often as we can, how good they have it, how coddled they are, how soft they are, how spoiled they are.
com, I believe the Egg Coddler is so popular because they are very old-fashioned and comforting, coddled eggs are a simple breakfast or supper, cleanup is simple, and coddled eggs are downright yummy if you add a little cheese, chives, caviar .
Just as "Sesame Street" coddled them when they were kids, Lopez and Marx hope "Avenue Q" will coddle young people in that difficult transition from college to adulthood.
Julio and Tenoch, two coddled teenagers from Mexico City, are pigs for love.
Tavolo's Mother's Day menu includes a sparkling glass of Strawberry-Rhubarb Champagne, Coddled Eggs with Chives and Poppy Seed Waffles with Orange Marmalade Sauce.
De Lima pointed out that during his years as mayor of Davao City, Duterte "has, for decades, befriended, coddled, and gave aid and comfort to the NPA in the Davao region.
There is no truth to the accusations that I benefited from drugs, that I allegedly received drug money, that I allegedly coddled or protected drug suspects, these are all lies.
But Boog is getting too big to be coddled, and after a convenience-store sugar bender with a bad-influence moose (Ashton Kutcher), Beth decides to return him to the wild.
The description of Havel's birth, for example, finds ominous portents in an old family movie ("inexpertly shot," the book jabs) in which parents and relatives fuss over the baby so much as to give the impression of "a child whose early months were not only coddled but crowned.
where she traded in her coddled big-expense days for creative autonomy.
Proposals that the site functioned as an ancient kennel, breeding center or resting place for coddled pets lost favor when the researchers noted that many of the skeletons showed wear and tear typical of street dogs, such as mangled paws, broken ribs and tooth degradation, and that only 38 percent lived beyond the puppy stage -- a survival rate matching that of street dogs today.
I am not defending Bogart from President Digong's accusations that he coddled drug lords, because I don't have all the resources the Chief Executive has.
Bush's Iraq policy to those who coddled Adolf Hitler prior to World War II.