Yet, aside from the Porsche and a developing taste for cocaine, he indulged in few luxuries.
Worse, Romney has indulged in his own demagoguery, attacking the president for being “the real outsourcer-in-chief.”
As long as we have baby-boomer nostalgia and Internet gossip, the tendencies to idolize or vandalize will be indulged.
I indulged in certain practices that our society regards as shameful.
She lived as a footloose single lady, the kind who indulged in permanent waves and would drop $20 on a coat with a fur collar.
In writing about this occurrence he indulged in this reflection.
If there was in himself a love which must be denied, there was also one which might be indulged.
But for his certainty that the men were deaf, or nearly so, Merriwell would not have indulged in even this whispered conversation.
Needless interference with the patient must not be indulged in.
Exercise should be indulged in with caution, and care taken to avoid excitement, severe mental or bodily effort, and exhaustion.
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.