Definition of 'indulge'
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Has any other generation been more intellectually indulged and pampered? Christianity Today (2000)And that maybe his passing will serve as a warning to others not to indulge in deadly drinking games. The Sun (2008)He was used to having his desires indulged, whether they were aesthetic or carnal. Times, Sunday Times (2007)At that time he was also indulging in under-age drinking. Times, Sunday Times (2015)An irrational desire to indulge their little ones in the only way our generation really knows how: luxury. Times, Sunday Times (2010)To indulge my desire for year-round soft fruit, chunks of ice cap are crashing into the sea. Times, Sunday Times (2006)THERE are so many stylish luxury hotels vying to pamper and indulge these days that it can be hard to know where to splash your cash. Times, Sunday Times (2007)A study has suggested that young people are now more likely to want to go to university and less likely to drink and indulge in risky behaviour. Times, Sunday Times (2015)The treatments, yoga and meditation on offer were enough to make me abandon my poolside reading and indulge in full-time pampering. Times, Sunday Times (2006)My only son would be 25. I would be entirely free to follow my interests and indulge my desires. Times, Sunday Times (2007)
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British English: indulge VERB
If you indulge in something or if you indulge yourself, you allow yourself to have or do something that you know you will enjoy.
Only rarely will she indulge in a bar of chocolate.
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