over-indulged[ oh-ver-in-duhlj ]SEE DEFINITION OF over-indulged
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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR OVER-INDULGED
There are the ruins of a happy woman in the bosom of every over-indulged wife.
I had been over-indulged—not at home, but at the Cambridge school to which I had been sent—and spoilt.
Still, her feelings must not be over-indulged; they must not be permitted to make a fool of her.
Farmers usually had to borrow money to purchase equipment and sometimes they over-indulged.
At an other time they are over-indulged, and treated above Expectation.
Natures unformed or over-indulged, with none to counsel or command, generally go wrong.
Bertha Lawrence, as has been seen from her father's account, had been an over-indulged child all her life.
An over-indulged, self-willed child is miserable himself and a grievous infliction on all who have to do with him.
And if people are over-indulged they become selfish, and then, of course, they lose their sense of duty.
He had been over-indulged and petted in his boyhood, but later on his father thwarted him unnecessarily.