Needless to say fewer Scottish politicians were educated in such a cosseted environment.
At best, if the stories are true, you sound petulant, cosseted, and bratty.
The truth, which The Royals avoids addressing, is that the royal family is a cosseted, well-funded machine.
They have been cosseted and comforted and the devil has gone out of their blood.
At Merle Park Tom was cosseted and spoilt by the women very injudiciously.
Against her he had nursed and cosseted it; for its sake he had made his home desolate and starved his heart.
The Marshal, who had never been so cosseted in his life, went off smiling at Lisbeth, though his heart was aching.
Then he says: "I wonder why he cosseted up to us last night in the garden so!"
She cosseted herself with no false ideas as to the nature of the work which she proposed to undertake.
And Goodwife Dolly, tell her I'll never forget how she cosseted the wildered lamb.'
1650s, "to fondle, caress, indulge," from a noun (1570s) meaning "lamb brought up as a pet" (applied to persons from 1590s), perhaps from Old English cot-sæta "one who dwells in a cot." Related: Coseted; coseting. Cf. German Hauslamm, Italian casiccio.