over-indulgence[ oh-ver-in-duhlj ]SEE DEFINITION OF over-indulgence
Synonyms for over-indulgence
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR OVER-INDULGENCE
Over-indulgence and drunkenness I have ever loathed and avoided.
"The effect of over-indulgence, perhaps," said the colonel, rising.
I shall stand between her and the over-indulgence of her parents.
To these people the play is an exception, they are not bored by it from over-indulgence.
Over-indulgence in meat is likely to spell trouble for the strongest of us.
Gay calls him "joyous Ford," and he was given to over-indulgence in conviviality.
"I hope this'll be a warning to you against an over-indulgence in family pride," he said.
The chief danger in their use lies in their over-indulgence.
Love for his mother held him from over-indulgence in pastimes.
There was no evidence of fatigue or loss of sleep, or over-indulgence of any kind.