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See definition of indulged on Dictionary.com
  • verbtreat oneself or another to
  • verbluxuriate in

synonyms for indulged

  • entertain
  • nourish
  • pamper
  • satiate
  • satisfy
  • spoil
  • take care of
  • tickle
  • allow
  • baby
  • cater
  • coddle
  • cosset
  • delight
  • favor
  • foster
  • gratify
  • humor
  • mollycoddle
  • oblige
  • pander
  • pet
  • please
  • regale
  • yield
  • give in
  • give rein to
  • go along
  • go easy on
  • spoil rotten
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antonyms for indulged

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  • deprive
  • dissatisfy
  • ignore
  • neglect
  • annoy
  • deny
  • depress
  • disallow
  • disappoint
  • disapprove
  • disturb
  • pain
  • refuse
  • reject
  • upset
  • abstain
  • distress
  • hurt
  • moderate
  • not use
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How to use indulged in a sentence

Peter often indulged in a half-joking zombie apocalypse mentality.
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Amy Taylor, the audaciously charismatic singer of the fantastic Australian garage punk band Amyl and the Sniffers, indulges her long-stated affection for hip-hop on the former.
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The unwillingness to level with people conveys disrespect for their intellect as if they were children who must be humored or indulged.
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Finding comfort together in this pandemic winterWhile on bed rest, I indulged my guilty pleasures.
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Along with each region sporting a new experience to indulge in, Belize's stunning wildlife leaves nothing to be desired.
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Going back, Liszt indulged in a little graceful badinage apropos of the concerto.
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For many years, so far as opportunity and means allowed, I indulged myself in this best of all exercises.
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It is curious that dancing is not mentioned, but dancing in the olden days in Ireland was not, I believe, much indulged in.
FIFTY YEARS OF RAILWAY LIFE IN ENGLAND, SCOTLAND AND IRELANDJOSEPH TATLOW
Miss Winter looked at Etheldred reprovingly, and she shrank into herself, drew apart, and indulged in a reverie.
THE DAISY CHAINCHARLOTTE YONGE
Even the paradoxes he indulged in, which sometimes irritated and sometimes amused us, bore the stamp of genius and thought.
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WORDS RELATED TO INDULGED

  • advantaged
  • entitled
  • honored
  • indulged
  • powerful
  • ruling
  • special
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