v. t.1.To pamper excessively; to feed or dress too much.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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These over-paid, overpampered thugs have a staggering sense of entitlement.
Meanwhile, in the Commons, Labour MP Roger Godsiff lodged an Early Day Motion slamming England's flops as "over-paid, overpampered and over-hyped prima donnas".
FURY at England's football failure has spread to the House of Commons after a Birmingham MP attacked the team as "over-paid, overpampered and over-hyped".
Goldwater's appeal had two things in common with Heinlein's: an individualist sense that Americans were being overmanaged and overpampered by an out-of-control federal government, and a belief that those rotten commies needed to get it, good and hard.
But don't whatever you do start feeling sorry for the overpampered tennis players.
IN today's world of overpampered and overpaid stars, former Baggies striker Joe Mayo is content just to have played the game.
Still, Bratt feels pessimistic because "the personification of this industry is an overpampered, self-satisfied middle-aged white male whose only contact with people of colour is the people who clean his house".
Too many athletes are overpampered individuals who have been told all their life that they are special because they can throw a ball or run swiftly.