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Exactly in the measure that he indulged this would his pride smart.

Rogers, nevertheless, like many book-lovers, must have indulged in duplicates.

Even the fact that her grief was a thing to be indulged or denied at will brought her no doubts.

He had wit and humour, with an inclination to satire, which he indulged rather too much.

Conversation is indulged in by the audience in subdued whispers.

David watched him, while Polly indulged in her usual admiration of Lone Star.

But what's it saying, 'Custom must be indulged with custom, or custom will die?'

And in all these things his friend encouraged and indulged him.

Similarly, she indulged a mettlesome fancy for referring to her hostess as "dear Abigail."

No, I cannot presume to say that he indulged in any such delusion.

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Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.