Synonym: cater to, indulge, oblige, pamper, spoil. Similar words: addle, middle, fiddle, paddle, cuddle, peddle, puddle, saddle. Meaning: ['kɒdl] v. 1. treat with excessive indulgence 2. cook in nearly boiling water.
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1. Don't coddle the child - he's fine!
2. Nor does he coddle his players.
3. If Mr Putin wants to coddle war criminals, let him do it on his own nickel.
4. I coddle the beets, radishes, and yellow squash, pamper the chives and basil; overindulge the tomatoes.
5. Some Carlsbad residents feel that they need to coddle their budding high-tech companies sprouting around Palomar Airport.
6. And they coddle reporters in a warm cocoon of perquisites.
7. Today we coddle our computers.
8. I would not coddle the child(Samuel Johnson.
9. Teach him gently , World, but don't coddle him.
10. I would not coddle the child"."
11. Many people coddle their children too much.
12. Teach him gently, World, but don't coddle him, because only the test of fine steel.
13. Clinton said he would not "coddle the butchers of Beijing" but negotiated China's entry into the W.T.O.
14. I love to coddle babies. I have a little one of my own.
15. Cairne Bloodhoof: Ha! There's no need to coddle me, boy. I may be old,(Sentencedict.com) but I'm not helpless.
16. Teach him gently, World, but don't coddle him, because only the test of fire makes fine steel.
17. If we coddle them when they’re younger, what happens when they get into the real world?
18. This is also a small mouth opening to coddle the broken hand.
19. Clinton said he would not "coddle the butchers of Beijing" but negotiated China's entry into the W.
20. An America that will not coddle tyrants, from Baghdad to Beijing.
21. A professor who studies this phenomenon, Dr. Mel Levine, believes that students aren’t prepared for the workforce because parents and schools coddle them.
22. Discouraging words for those who believe that a college's job is to educate, not coddle.
23. Lihas done China's business community a greater service thanthelegions of businessmen who coddle ill-conceived practicestowin Beijing's favor.
24. The program they chose was geared for college kids and adults, so it did little to coddle the volunteers -- or his anxious parents.
More similar words: addle, middle, fiddle, paddle, cuddle, peddle, puddle, saddle, meddle, meddler, befuddle, befuddled, huddle together, meddlesome, middle-class, in the middle of, middle ground, code, crocodile, odd, odds, code of conduct, sodden, oddity, trodden, prodding, a good deal, a good deal of, cuddly, idle.