fawn

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fawn

1. a young deer of either sex aged under one year
2. 
a. a light greyish-brown colour
b. (as adjective): a fawn raincoat
3. in fawn (of deer) pregnant
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Dostoevsky also employs names of secondary characters with obvious comic connotations, such as that of Lebeziatnikov, whose name suggests a fawner, and Lippewechsel, whose German last name means someone who flaps their lips.
Chain-smoking Dascombe is no celebrity fawner, and it may help that he knows so little about football that Owen had to explain one horse's owner as "Paul Scholes, who played with me for England".
The $8.8 million contract for this job went to Fawner Corp.
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