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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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On the campaign trail and after Trump was elected president, he spoke fawningly over Putin.
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.
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.
We've mentioned him before and spoke fawningly of a man who is "everything we want in a blues musician - deep voiced, guitar and banjo-strumming and with roots in the darkest, deepest South of the 1920s and 1930s".
Plop down in 99 per cent of steak restaurants, and you'll fawningly be offered choice cuts such as fillet, New York strip, ribeye and sirloin.