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1to dote on sb — adorar a algn
- He is a 42-year-old father who dotes on his three children.
- He was not my son Joshua's biological father but he doted on him and treated Joshua like his own son.
- He appeared to be a father who doted on his children, especially his little girl.
- Unlike Kafka, to whom he bears some resemblance, he doted on his father.
- To be spoiled and doted on, to take over the bed and the floor and the path.
- Most people dote on their grandchildren, spoiling them in the process.
- He was a wonderful father, doting on everything, anything, his sons did.
- Matt is already an accomplished quarter-midget driver, and his father dotes on him.
- I knew from my Aunt Maria that my father had doted upon the beautiful Senorita shamelessly.
- He was a strong, loving father who doted on his daughter maybe a little more than he should have.
- I know your father doted on you and let you have free rein, but here I run a stricter household.
- Her painfully shy, stuttering father doted on her while her more powerful mother spoiled her.
- Elizabeth had doted on her, spoiled her, given her everything a little girl can want.
- She said her boyfriend doted on baby Savannah and was a good father.
- He worked, with a devoted anonymity, in the Museum of Modern Art's Department of Film, cataloguing and doting on the old movies entrusted to MoMA.
- Quiet and unassuming, she has been doting on their first grandchild Sophie, who was born two weeks ago, while he has been preparing for the leadership battle.
- Before feminism, stifling your personal ambitions in favor of doting on your husband was just a drawback to being a woman.
- She works in a local beauty clinic, doting on people and trying to make them feel young and beautiful.
- She was a lovely girl with a soft personality who doted on her grandchildren.
- She doted on him and gave up work to stay at home and be with him.
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