Chinese parents are, if anything, over-indulgent to their children.
In fact they are over-indulgent to them, and let them do just what they please when they are small.
The old man did as parents are apt to do with children to whom they have been over-indulgent.
He had the physique and bearing of a man athletic in his youth but now over-indulgent.
It had not only been generous to the South, but over-indulgent.
The chaplain told us we done too much, we was over-indulgent to the boy.
But the children of undecided, or of over-indulgent parents, never enjoy this preserving aid.
Flatterers have done him much mischief, since he is naturally too prone to be over-indulgent to himself.
Such at least is the verdict of Fétis, who was by no means inclined to be over-indulgent in criticising Méhul.
Look at the farms, where intelligent labor wins bread and beauty both, out of the sterile soil and climate not over-indulgent.