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beige

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ingratiate yourself

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Synonyms for fawn

to support slavishly every opinion or suggestion of a superior

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a color or pigment varying around a light grey-brown color

a young deer

show submission or fear

have fawns

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In parts of the scene obviously intended to be comic, Cade begins to show himself a pompous fool in talking of himself as the fount of English law, while Dick fawningly supports him by saying, "the laws of England may come out of your mouth" The comic aspects of this scene are enhanced by three stage whisper asides from other players.
Nevertheless, as Mayer rightly insists, Becher had no qualms about writing lines so fawningly abject as "Dank euch, ihr Sowjetsoldaten.
She fawningly begged Leno for tips on how to succeed as a host "because you are so cool".
The third step is for Senators to pose rhetorical questions to the candidate at public hearings, in either fawningly approving or snidely cynical ways, in an attempt to support or embarrass the candidate in that forum.
He asks can I work late and in spite of myself I fawningly say sure.
Fawningly gathered around a psychopathic mister would be a band of sniggering no marks, bum kissers and hangers on.
And while Teddy Roosevelt, whom we fawningly adopted following his sabbatical here, comes close, for most North Dakotans no farmer-father outshines Art Link.
Whichever ill-equipped, untested or over-the-hill candidate gets to become President our Government will fawningly follow wherever he leads.
My hunch is that the vast majority of men would prefer women to slip fawningly back into the kitchen and bedroom and leave them to get on with the serious business of running the country.