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To have made a living for the benefit of others
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Past tense for to satisfy or yield freely to (a desire or interest)
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“However, the British, having adequate pasture for mature cattle, have generally been able to indulge their preference for beef.”
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Past tense for to treat with great care, attention or indulgence
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“And now, dear reader, indulge me as I recycle some material I wrote twelve years ago, recounting the events of two years earlier.”
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Past tense for to allow oneself to enjoy the pleasure of
“Rock musicians were free to indulge themselves in dangerous vices that, all too often, had tragic results.”
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Past tense for to enjoy or luxuriate in
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“Their inability to retain possession allowed Rangers to indulge in the passing game they enjoy.”
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Past tense for to drink or consume a liquid
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Past tense for to allow something to exist or happen, even although one does not approve of it
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Past tense for to do a favor, or show beneficence toward
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Past tense for become very involved in
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Past tense for to partake in a feast or large meal
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Past tense for spend lavishly
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Past tense for to cause (a large amount of damage or harm)
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Past tense for to observe or comply with
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(treat to) Past tense for to pay the bill for someone else
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Past tense for lavish
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Past tense for give or ascribe a significant amount of attention or importance to
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Past tense for to have too much of something enjoyable
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Past tense for to disregard as unimportant or insignificant
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Past tense for enjoy oneself or celebrate in a noisy or boisterous way
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Past tense for treat in a way that is apparently kind or helpful but that betrays a feeling of superiority
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Past tense for to accord someone with an opportunity
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Past tense for to allow something to exist or happen
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Adjective
Having special rights, advantages, or immunities
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Regarded with deep and special affection
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