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self-indulgent

[ self-in-duhl-juhnt, self- ]
/ ˈsɛlf ɪnˈdʌl dʒənt, ˌsɛlf- /
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adjective

indulging one's own desires, passions, whims, etc., especially without restraint.
characterized by such indulgence.

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Origin of self-indulgent

First recorded in 1785–95

OTHER WORDS FROM self-indulgent

self-in·dul·gence, nounself-in·dul·gent·ly, adverbself-in·dulg·er, noun
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British Dictionary definitions for self-indulgent

self-indulgent

adjective

tending to indulge one's own desires, etc

Derived forms of self-indulgent

self-indulgence, nounself-indulgently, adverb
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