indulge[ in-duhlj ]SEE DEFINITION OF indulge
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INDULGE
He had no right in his high capacity to indulge a personal affection.
If you have any loud conversation to indulge in, do it while the play is going on.
He was even able to indulge himself in a quiet, sobering grin at his own folly.
He was just the sort of man to indulge in irony for his own satisfaction.
Pinalties there are in plinty; still those who can afford should indulge.
But, Pat, I hear you often still are too apt to indulge in a lie too much.
Allow me to indulge my melancholy retired from every human eye.
I am by no means disposed to indulge in the fashionable ridicule of prejudice.
I was glad when they were gone, for I could then indulge my excited fancy at will.
Not one moment must we indulge procrastination on the plea o' prayin!