None of this day-seizing, though, this YLOOing, should be interpreted as license for self-indulgence.
Robert Kennedy hated Johnson's grossness, his lies, his bullying of staff, his self-indulgence with whisky and food.
LeBron James has been vilified for his ego, self-indulgence, and the free-agency spectacle of The Decision to join the Miami Heat.
Yet this extreme display of self-mastery, assuming that is what it was, did not rule out other forms of self-indulgence.
Her many style tics—stacked one atop the other—read as code for narcissism, self-indulgence, and brittle self-absorption.
It is a life full of temptation to idleness and self-indulgence.
He would drop her to-morrow, so that he could please his self-indulgence.
Her life was, to its close, a protest against the prevailing spirit of self-indulgence.
But the older men all show traces of this life of ease and self-indulgence.
There is no desire to single out and set down by name and number every sort of self-indulgence.