babied babied


  1. (n) a very young child (birth to 1 year) who has not yet begun to walk or talk
  2. (n) the youngest member of a group (not necessarily young)
  3. (n) an immature childish person
  4. (n) an unborn child; a human fetus
  5. (n) (slang) sometimes used as a term of address for attractive young women
  6. (n) a very young mammal
  7. (n) a project of personal concern to someone
  8. (v) treat with excessive indulgence


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  1. I won't have these other brave boys seeing such a bastard babied.
  2. They may become sentimental, burst into tears for no particular reason, long to be babied, have less sexual desire and capacity, contemplate suicide.
  3. Only the week before, the Navy had babied its slender satellite-laden Vanguard.


  • Man gets 75 year sentence in beating and shooting death of teen

    The last time Yeimi Tirado saw her son, she gave him a haircut and a shave. The teenager asked her not to touch his trademark shag that he had since he was born but he didn’t seem to mind being babied. “He was looking so handsome,” Tirado said. Hours later on a spring day four years ago, Alex Arellano’s badly beaten, burned and barely recognizable body turned up on the Southwest Side. Arellano ...
    on June 28, 2013     Source: Chicago Sun-Times


  1. "Because it's taking away from what I do," Durant told The Oklahoman newspaper. "That's part of my game, getting to the free-throw line and being aggressive. If you say that I get superstar calls or I get babied by the refs, that's just...
    on Apr 15, 2010 By: Kevin Durant Source: AFP

  2. "I went and visited the premature babied who were only, like, 1 pound. And the cancer patients. It's nice when I can go there and visit them and brighten their day and make them smile. It feels good to be able to do that," Hilton said. "I...
    on Aug 6, 2007 By: Paris Hilton Source: TransWorldNews (press release)

  3. "Everyone in the organization babied the heck out of him," Wagner said. "We couldn't get on him too much because we were told to lay off of him. It could have been a whole lot worse for him and all we did was try to help him to help us."
    on Feb 28, 2007 By: Billy Wagner Source: Newsday

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