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


He had been indulging in the vain pleasure of putting two and two together.

The nobles form a class by themselves, indulging in all sorts of vices.'

Partly he is indulging his humour by describing others who were more astray than he was.

This kept him, he said, from indulging in his own bad thoughts.

That Mrs. Van Hook, who sits near me at table, was indulging in—what do you call them?

When he made his first plunge, he had prided himself on indulging an heroic impulse.

"You are indulging that acrid humour of yours again, my friend," Binet interrupted him.

The deputy followed me, indulging in a tirade of most abusive language.

Indulging in a quiet laugh at his success, he descended the staircase.

Linton was very far from indulging that dreamy inactivity of which he spoke.