Fawn over - Idioms by The Free Dictionary
fawn (all) over (one)
To flatter and fuss over one. Any time that famous singer comes here, people can't help themselves— they just start fawning all over her.
fawn (all) over someone
Fig. to flatter someone or attend to someone excessively; to curry favor with someone. Please stop fawning all over the guests. You are embarrassing me. She always fawns over us when we visit.
References in periodicals archive
"We take part in 60 collaborative breeding programmes with zoos located around the world." | Animal lovers can fawn over
the zoo's latest arrivals from 10am until 6pm daily with last admissions at 5pm.
SOMETHING TO FAWN OVER
: Hatton Farm's new fawn settles in, as Facebook users choose a name for him
Spokesman Tony Kenny said: "We've seen a lot of support for Peeping Fawn over
the last few days and with Kieren Fallon in the saddle we wouldn't be surprised if he went off around an even-money chance.