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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The trick is to pitch it slightly less fawningly than a Tory MP at Prime Minister's Questions, but not so aggressive that you look like you're up for a fight with the bloke in charge.
On the campaign trail and after Trump was elected president, he spoke fawningly over Putin.
Shouldn't he therefore instead start testing all foreigners especially those from the West (fawningly called International Community) on arrival?
In the third frame, Johnson fawningly tells Burns, "Ahse willin' to do mos anyfing Misto Burns--Ah'll jump ovah de singer buildin' if yo say so." Burns responds, "Now sir, let us talk things over." Meanwhile, the small duck--apparently representing the voice of a boxing-starved American public--encourages Burns, "Take him up Tommy." In the final frame, however, Johnson sits in a dark room, his candle burning lower, apparently spurned by Burns again.
The Register-Guard's editorial fawningly distorts the record for the sake of protecting illusions about the American role in the conflict.
In other words, because it didn't fawningly accept every official handout, anti because it wasn't 100% pro.
dropped the arm in front of me and fawningly said, "Mrs.