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Noun
The action or fact of indulging in, or gratifying, one's wishes or desires
“Your indulgence of your desires may cost you the empire.”
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The act or state of seeking self-pleasure, especially to an extreme degree
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“These mob criminals operated illegal gambling, bootlegging, stolen goods, pretty much everything you would want if you were pursuing some kind of debauched indulgence.”
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Something, typically unessential, that improves one's quality of life
“This is not the kind of stuff to make part of your regular diet, but as an occasional indulgence, they are okay.”
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The state or attitude of being lenient or tolerant
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“Ghali was offered all the latitude to spread his web of lies and to pose as a victim, benefiting in this with all the patience and indulgence of the judge.”
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A kind, benevolent or tolerant act
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“It appears to me indispensable that they should receive laws from Georgia and Tennessee, mild laws adapted to their state of information, and this ought to be considered by them as a benevolent indulgence.”
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The action or fact of coddling or pampering someone
“Lady Middleton's indulgence of her children is presented as so palpably wrongheaded that there can be little doubt that we are expected to find it quite abnormal.”
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The state or process of experiencing pleasure or joy in something
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Something that is considered a luxury or treat, especially food
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A thing that is granted, especially in response to demands and by compromise
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Forgiveness of sins, in a general sense
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The relative likelihood of something or someone to grant permission or allow something to happen
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Scope for freedom of action or thought
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(dated or law) Consent, usually formal in nature from an authority
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The feeling or state of being sated
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Free pass
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A special right or advantage, granted or available only to a particular person or group
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The use of something for one's benefit
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A favorable inclination or enthusiasm for something
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The action of distributing or supplying something
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Overwhelming desire for more
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A celebration or party in general
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A petty offense
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Openness or familiarity in speech or behavior
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A short period of enjoyment or wild behavior
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Positive outcome from the achievement of one's goals
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A perception or judgment of a situation
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