Origin of indulgent
Examples from the Web for indulgently
In truth I was not blind to the perils which awaited me, but my obstinacy was too indulgently considered.'The "Blackwood" Group|Sir George Douglas
In this charitable undertaking she was aided and abetted by her father, who indulgently paid the bills.The Price|Francis Lynde
Matthew was regarding her indulgently, sympathetically, Moreton rather scornfully.A Far Country, Complete|Winston Churchill
The demand is moderate, and at the decennial revision pleas for reduction are indulgently considered.A Civil Servant in Burma|Herbert Thirkel White
All right, well give you five minutes, Pep, said Frank indulgently.The Motion Picture Chums at Seaside Park|Victor Appleton
c.1500, from Latin indulgentem (nominative indulgens), present participle of indulgere (see indulgence). Related: Indulgently.