The squat student did not eat it but, indulging his special humour, said gravely, still tittering and prodding his phrase with his umbrella: —Do you intend thatů.
Time was to sin in secrecy, to indulge in that sloth and pride, to covet the unlawful, to yield to the promptings of your lower nature, to live like the beasts of the field, nay worse than the beasts of the field, for they, at least, are but brutes and have no reason to guide them: time was, but time shall be no more.
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She indulges her children more than is good for them.
I indulge my taste for sweets more than is good for me.