baby


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Synonyms for baby

Synonyms for baby

a very young child

a person who behaves in a childish, weak, or spoiled way

to treat with indulgence and often overtender care

Synonyms for baby

the youngest member of a group (not necessarily young)

an immature childish person

an unborn child

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(slang) sometimes used as a term of address for attractive young women

a very young mammal

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a project of personal concern to someone

treat with excessive indulgence

References in classic literature ?
The bell is rung and somebody sent to tell nurse to bring baby down.
The brat is calmed at last, and would no doubt remain quiet enough, only some mischievous busybody points you out again with "Who's this, baby?" and the intelligent child, recognizing you, howls louder than ever.
She has been that built up and happy, longing for that baby, and planning for it.
She swore a dozen times that she would not leave the Kincaid without her baby, and yet she remained clothed long past her usual hour for retiring, and her blankets were neatly rolled and bound with stout cord, when about midnight there came a stealthy scratching upon the panels of her door.
"Perhaps I can go up there and take care of the baby?" suggested Rebecca.
While the Duchess sang the second verse of the song, she kept tossing the baby violently up and down, and the poor little thing howled so, that Alice could hardly hear the words:--
'I won't,' said the inexhaustible baby, '--allow--you--to--make-- game--of--my--venerable--Ma.' At each division administering a soft facer with one of the speckled fists.
The baby was lying with its head thrown back, stiffening itself in the nurse's arms, and would not take the plump breast offered it; and it never ceased screaming in spite of the double hushing of the wet-nurse and the other nurse, who was bending over her.
He expressed his willingness to listen, and she told the story of the baby's illness and the extemporized ordinance.
Give it me back, Mum," said Flopson; "and Miss Jane, come and dance to baby, do!"
"That's when you give a woman a sum down to look after a baby. But when you're going to pay so much a week it's to their interest to look after it well."
'I ne--ver saw such a baby,' said Mr Lumbey, the doctor.
As the day was pleasant, Madame Valmonde drove over to L'Abri to see Desiree and the baby.
At last Hetty whispered, "I did do it, Dinah...I buried it in the wood...the little baby...and it cried...I heard it cry...ever such a way off...all night...and I went back because it cried."
When it thunders, the April baby says, "There's lieber Gott scolding those angels again." And once, when there was a storm in the night, she complained loudly, and wanted to know why lieber Gott didn't do the scolding in the daytime, as she had been so tight asleep.