That mean, fawning fellow, worm himself into such promotion!’
’And how do you think we are looking, Master Copperfield, — I should say, Mister?’ fawned Uriah.
He received me in his usual fawning way, and pretended not to have heard of my arrival from Mr. Micawber; a pretence I took the liberty of disbelieving.
’You haven’t need to say so much, nor half so much, nor anything at all,’ observed Uriah, half defiant, and half fawning.
’Present circumstances is not what your friends would wish for you, Mister Copperfield, but it isn’t money makes the man: it’s — I am really unequal with my umble powers to express what it is,’ said Uriah, with a fawning jerk, ’but it isn’t money!’
’That’s the way to put it, you see, Master Copperfield!’ observed Uriah, with fawning and offensive pity.
A moment afterwards, he was as fawning and as humble as ever.
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She fawns all over her children.
It’s disgusting to watch her fawn over everything her boss says while she hopes for a promotion.