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fawn
used in A Thousand Acres

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1  —1 use as in:
fawned all over her
Definition
showing excessive flattery or affection
  • Just because they were rabbits and birds instead of fawns—I don't know."
    p. 235.1

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  • Once Harold was driving the cornpicker, when Jess was a boy, and there was a fawn lying in the corn, and Harold drove right over it rather than leave the row standing, or turn, or even just stop and chase it away.
    p. 234.9

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