OTHER WORDS FROM fawningfawn·ing·ly, adverbfawn·ing·ness, noun
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My job is to cover you, not fawn over you or rip you — just report on you.Fox News cuts away from Kayleigh McEnany news conference after she alleges vote fraud with no evidence|Elahe Izadi, Sarah Ellison|November 9, 2020|Washington Post
Of course, this could be explained by the admittedly large percentage of the audience composed of fawning film students.James and the Giant Internet Company: Franco and AOL Get Kissy Faces|Amy Zimmerman|September 18, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Sharpton, who once confessed he will never criticize the president, in his transparent fawning for access, has gotten it.
Between the Walters fawning and the Colbert debacle, Amaitis is fortunate only to be paying a record fine.Las Vegas Betting Scandal Earns $5.5 Million Fine but the Boss Walks|John L. Smith|January 21, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The fawning strangers ask questions like “What was it like…being shot at?”
The Guardian's Luke Harding, calling Assange a "fawning" interviewer, totally missed the point.
They all immediately got up to make room for him, and handed him a chair in a manner the most servile and fawning.
The principles of liberty were the scoff of every grinning courtier, and the Anathema Maranatha of every fawning dean.English: Composition and Literature|W. F. (William Franklin) Webster
There was nothing fawning in his attitude; he conducted himself with the dignity of a fallen monarch.Four American Indians|Edson L. Whitney
Mr. Fogg, in the presence of Julius Marston, was properly obsequious, but not a bit fawning.Blow The Man Down|Holman Day
Again he calls upon his fawning admirers to annihilate Christianity, to hunt it down, to vilify it, to ruin it.The War Upon Religion|Rev. Francis A. Cunningham