coddle

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Synonyms for coddle

Synonyms for coddle

to treat with indulgence and often overtender care

Synonyms for coddle

treat with excessive indulgence

cook in nearly boiling water

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were cooked on the stove in Wagenfeld egg coddlers, fueled by wood
The children of affluence already have more coddlers than they need.
it's obvious that this high-minded attempt to bypass the terrorist coddlers in Afghanistan is a self-defeating farce.
Such ads seek to inoculate Democrats from the charge that they are liberal coddlers of criminals and welfare cheats.
He plunges head-on into those nebulous topographies social scientists like to call the "space of flows," casting abstracted labor into relief and putting commodity fetishism before the fun-house mirror: Starling has obtained balsa wood from Ecuador to make a model of a French Farman Mosquito airplane, which was then flown in Australia; built a scale replica of the Wagenfeld Museum--a former prison that also served as production site for egg coddlers, among other things--to be used as a henhouse; melted down and recast (as each other) an Eames Aluminum Group Chair and a Mann Sausalito mountain bike; and driven a red 1974 Italian Fiat from Turin, where it is no longer made, to the Fiat plant in Warsaw, where he added new white Polish parts before returning the car to Turin.