The mainstream press has been almost universally eager to indulge his self-description.
Real-world profilers have to be careful, and are, not to indulge in facile ethnic, racial or religious “profiling.”
When she refused to indulge his comments, Matthews was the one left seeing red.
If I want to indulge in weepiness, my favorite dog is buried about 1000 feet from my house and I can go out and talk to him.
When you have a limited time in a new city, and are therefore unable to sightsee or indulge in tourism, you take what you can get.
There was no time for a cold bath before chapel, although Frank would have given something to indulge in one.
Mr. Grant did not think it necessary to indulge in any long lectures.
Men who indulge themselves in writing anonymous accusations seldom limit themselves to one effusion.
Mr. President, it is natural for man to indulge in the illusions of hope.
Their complete helplessness, as they lay undressed and unarmed, caused the burghers to indulge in hearty laughter.
1630s, "to grant as a favor;" 1650s, of both persons and desires, "to treat with unearned favor;" a back-formation from indulgence, or else from Latin indulgere "to be complaisant." Related: Indulged; indulging.