Thesaurus / indulging


A random assortment of outdoor enthusiasts gathered to indulge in the spot’s famous baked goods, most notably the huckleberry bear claws.

To replicate the level of mixology you previously only indulged in at a proper establishment, Shaker & Spoon stretches its tastes and ingredients well beyond simple classics like Old Fashioneds and martinis.

I offer the fire pit option only because, for me at least, gathering with a few others around a fire, the vast outdoors around us, has felt like one of the few true comforts of the past eight months, and one of the few that seems safe to indulge in.

The book is filled with images submitted from followers all over the world from more than 200 locations, encouraging the reader to indulge in a bit of virtual wanderlust and add some new places to the travel bucket list when borders reopen.

Unlike Truman, he has had difficulty remaining on message, and invariably has indulged in meandering narcissism.

He had been indulging in a sound sleep under one of the broken fences and was wholly unconscious that his comrades had moved away.

As I RememberMarian Gouverneur

He had been indulging the habit during these last weeks of shifting responsibility from himself for what he had become.

Corporal CameronRalph Connor

A few more draughts of the stuff produced the result that was usual with him when indulging.

The LashOlin L. Lyman

Except in the matter of indulging yourself in aircraft at my expense.

SkyriderB. M. Bower

That was quite sufficient to postpone any soliloquies I may have been indulging in until a later date.


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