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  • He doted on her boy — tenderly doted on him!
  • He doted on her boy — tenderly doted on him!
  • I am not at all polite, now, to the Misses Nettingalls’ young ladies, and shouldn’t dote on any of them, if they were twice as many and twenty times as beautiful.
  • Don’t it make him, perhaps, a little more remiss than usual in his visits to his blindly-doting — eh?’
  • Once she asked for a particular ballad, which she said her Ury (who was yawning in a great chair) doted on; and at intervals she looked round at him, and reported to Agnes that he was in raptures with the music.
  • To be allowed to call her ’Dora’, to write to her, to dote upon and worship her, to have reason to think that when she was with other people she was yet mindful of me, seemed to me the summit of human ambition — I am sure it was the summit of mine.
  • What could I do, but kiss away her tears, and tell her how I doted on her, after that!

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  • She has doting parents.
  • She dotes upon her children.

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