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  • Privacy was an adult indulgence, but when he got to be one, he seemed not to need it.   (source)
    indulgence = thing enjoyed
  • I never fully understood the artists and actors I've known and taught over the years. They would sometimes talk about the things inside them that “needed to come out.” I thought that sounded self-indulgent. I should have been more empathetic.   (source)
    self-indulgent = excessively tolerant to or undemanding of oneself
  • Hera smiled indulgently.   (source)
    indulgently = with extra kindness or tolerance
  • "I've always wanted to study law"
      He gives me the indulgent smile of an adult hearing an outrageous claim from a child.   (source)
    indulgent = treating with extra kindness or tolerance
  • He smiled indulgently. After a long silence, he said: "There are a thousand and one gates leading into the orchard of mystical truth. ... We must never make the mistake of wanting to enter the orchard by any gate but our own."   (source)
    indulgently = with extra kindness or tolerance
  • When I described as best I could what we had said about our careers, he smiled indulgently.   (source)
  • Aloof, confident, self-indulgent, highly intelligent.   (source)
    self-indulgent = excessively generous to oneself
  • Archie allowed himself the indulgence of a quiet, confident laugh, but closed his fists to hide his moist palms.   (source)
    indulgence = special pleasure (something enjoyed more than he might normally permit)
  • GEORGE: You're a spoiled, self-indulgent, willful, dirty-minded, liquor-ridden ….   (source)
    self-indulgent = excessively tolerant to or undemanding of oneself
  • I must crave your indulgence for appearing in this unseemly fashion.   (source)
    indulgence = treatment with extra kindness or tolerance
  • Thorolf tilted his head indulgently, like he was dealing with not-very-bright children.   (source)
    indulgently = with extra kindness or tolerance
  • Mr. Chairman! May I have the indulgence of the house for five minutes?   (source)
    indulgence = extra kindness or tolerance
  • Even if Napoleon was right, and Charlie was inclined to be indulgent, the courtiers would never let such an opportunity pass.   (source)
    indulgent = kind or tolerant in judgment
  • He told of how the lieutenant had once been an officer of high rank, a captain, and how all that had been ended because of indulgence and simple misfortune,   (source)
    indulgence = excessive satisfaction of desires with too little concern for responsibilities
  • However, tonight, with your indulgence, let me share with you my own views.   (source)
    indulgence = treatment with extra kindness or tolerance
  • "Maybe I deserve to be killed."
      "Stop that!" Lee said coldly. "That can be the cheapest kind of self-indulgence."   (source)
    self-indulgence = being excessively undemanding of oneself
  • I do know, that you won't hit me...; I do know, that you constantly want to punish me and put me down with your religious devotion and your indulgence. You want me to become like you, just as devout, just as soft, just as wise!   (source)
    indulgence = treatment with extra kindness or tolerance
  • Several of the women were laughing at him indulgently, the children were twittering with pleasure.   (source)
    indulgently = with extra kindness or tolerance
  • Now I must ask the Court's indulgence! I have a message for the prisoner from the King.   (source)
    indulgence = treatment with extra kindness or tolerance
  • Since earliest manhood the centre of his life has been pleasure with women, the giving and taking of it, not with weak indulgence, dependently, but with the power and pride of a richly feathered male bird among hens.   (source)
    indulgence = excessive enjoyment
  • Dick laughed indulgently at Abe, whom he loved, and in whom he had long lost hope:   (source)
    indulgently = with extra kindness or tolerance
  • "Go right ahead," Margie said to me indulgently.   (source)
  • With Charley, who was not interested in business, but was already preparing for Annapolis, Mr. Harling was very indulgent; bought him guns and tools and electric batteries, and never asked what he did with them.   (source)
    indulgent = treated with extra kindness
  • I crave your indulgence, ladies and gentlemen; hang your ears, if I may say so, on the peg of attention.   (source)
    indulgence = treatment with extra kindness or tolerance
  • He was one of those rare men who are rigid to themselves and indulgent to others.   (source)
    indulgent = treat with extra kindness or tolerance
  • But under no circumstances is he ever to hear of his country or to see any information regarding it; and you will especially caution all the officers under your command to take care, that, in the various indulgences which may be granted, this rule, in which his punishment is involved, shall not be broken.   (source)
    indulgences = privileges (kindnesses or pleasures)
  • If I turn him away, the chances are he will fall in with some less indulgent employer, and then he will be rudely treated, and perhaps driven forth miserably to starve.   (source)
    indulgent = having a tendency to treat with extra kindness or tolerance
  • Father was a fond, indulgent husband, but a man that never flinched from anything that he thought necessary;   (source)
    indulgent = kind and tolerant
  • The poor land-jobber begged him to grant a few months' indulgence.   (source)
    indulgence = treatment with extra kindness or tolerance
  • Nor can I forget, as an encouragement to it, your indulgent reception of my sentiments on a former and not dissimilar occasion.   (source)
  • It was indulgent.†   (source)
  • Or perhaps not weeping: she would have found it self-indulgent.†   (source)
  • He was lazy and indulgent; what he liked was the attention of the pups, not the training.†   (source)
  • But now that he was middle-aged, he no longer had the energy to engage in such indulgent travel and only shot city scenes.†   (source)
  • He smiled over them like an indulgent father, but that night he scoffed: "They could no more stand against Hector than fly.†   (source)
  • To this day, I find the very notion of pajamas an unnecessary elite indulgence, like caviar or electric ice cube makers.†   (source)
  • Max smiled indulgently.†   (source)
  • For ten years now, Silas had faithfully denied himself all sexual indulgence, even self-administered.†   (source)
  • The Court began insisting that federal judges defer more to state court rulings, which tended to be more indulgent of errors and defects in capital proceedings.†   (source)
  • One or two wizards and witches in the surrounding seats smiled indulgently.†   (source)
  • I would like to beg your indulgence while I review that testimony.†   (source)
  • An easily forgivable indulgence.†   (source)
  • It grew inward, too, and in such a way that its people flourished like hothouse plants tended by an indulgent gardener.†   (source)
  • Now, when I seek to love my mother, I remember her closet and that indulgence of hers.†   (source)
  • You've permitted yourself a fatal and childish indulgence, you've done something one of the boys might do, you've engaged in a kind of combat with a student—you've been competing with one of the kids.†   (source)
  • THE next morning I packed my brothers' tiffin carriers more indulgently than usual—extra dal, extra chapatis, extra pickles and chillies and lemon wedges—and slipped in my most important question: "The friend who came over, not the Sardarji, does he speak English?"†   (source)
  • Anyway, they were more indulgent toward us than at any other time; they snapped at the heels of the seniors, driving and molding and arming them for the war.†   (source)
  • When they stepped into the room, into the light of several lamps, Briony was still there, still barefoot and in her filthy white dress, and her mother was standing by the door on the far side of the room, smiling indulgently.†   (source)
  • "I sometimes think he is too sharp," said Obierika, somewhat indulgently.†   (source)
  • But those years of innocence and indulgence belonged to someone else, another Dodge, not the man standing here.†   (source)
  • Dr. Bulkeley glowed indulgently.†   (source)
  • It was an indulgence, learning last words.†   (source)
  • The less worldly members of our household often refer to this small indulgence as a waste of money, yet they never fail to be surprised at how accurately I can list the actors in any given movie, even after a year.†   (source)
  • Maudlin, self-indulgent, tasteless.†   (source)
  • Fintan and his mother live on Catherine Street and Mrs. Slattery's neighbors call her Mrs. Offer-It-Up because no matter what happens, a broken leg, a spilled cup of tea, a disappeared husband, she says, Well, now, I'll offer that up and I'll have no end of Indulgences to get me into heaven.†   (source)
  • Artemis nodded indulgently.†   (source)
  • That was an indulgence.†   (source)
  • She was indulgent of her only child even if he was as blithely incontinent as an unhousebroken llama.†   (source)
  • He shook his head indulgently.†   (source)
  • Hugh was a football coach and so he tended to take an indulgent view of bad grades, but he had no pleasant category in his mind for Big Mike's.†   (source)
  • Vice thrived, with official indulgence.†   (source)
  • Brandon smiled indulgently.†   (source)
  • Da5id gives him an indulgent smile.†   (source)
  • The eating lady eavesdropped indulgently.†   (source)
  • That is to say, the important international conference to take place at Darlington Hall was by then looming ahead of us, leaving little room for indulgence or 'beating about the bush'.†   (source)
  • Kvothe leaned his elbows on the bar and smiled indulgently.†   (source)
  • Dad is always a proponent of a good indulgent sulk.†   (source)
  • No one recalled that he had already done the same thing with a glass of grand cru wine as accompaniment to a very special dish, but his heart had demanded it of him that afternoon, and his self-indulgence was well repaid: once again, after so many long years, he felt like singing.†   (source)
  • When trying to recreate a whole pattern by deduction from fragments I am bound to commit errors and put down inconsistencies, for which I must ask some indulgence.†   (source)
  • A bit of an indulgence, we agreed, but why not?†   (source)
  • He had it in mind, though, to dig out the letter Hatsue had written him from Manzanar and read it again after all these years in the spirit of an indulgence.†   (source)
  • After Epicurus, many Epicureans developed an overemphasis on self-indulgence.†   (source)
  • I'm a novice and beg your indulgence."†   (source)
  • She had the impartiality of nature, with the same lack of indulgence or clemency.†   (source)
  • The assembly, suppressing a growl of disgust at Mr. Tuffett's indulgence in the oldest schoolmaster's trick on record, adjourned and followed him to the front of the building.†   (source)
  • He said no, but thank you, certain that there was a limit to Beckman's indulgence and quite sure that he had no ambition to find out what that limit might be.†   (source)
  • Gorgeous, wealthy, indulgent, fiercely protective, and just a little bit dangerous.†   (source)
  • Selena smiled at him indulgently.†   (source)
  • Aside from coffee, reading was her only indulgence.†   (source)
  • She decided to ride out his moods, hoping that he would come around and that in the meantime her indulgence of him wouldn't cost her the respect of his teammates.†   (source)
  • Her parents were, in contrast to mine, youthful, indulgent, liberal.†   (source)
  • My dad's favorite story to tell strangers and indulgent relatives was the day he and Mom tried to button me up into a blue one for his birthday party when I was three.†   (source)
  • His usual tolerant smile held a hint of indulgent tenderness, and there was a vibration in his voice which struck to Lydia Sessions's heart like a knife.†   (source)
  • My only pleasure now, my only indulgence, lies in contemplating how I might bring about Galbatorix's downfall.†   (source)
  • She said brief prayers while she worked, simple pious pleas called ejaculations that carried indulgences numbered in the days rather than years.†   (source)
  • Sothea smiled indulgently and scoffed.†   (source)
  • For every restraint in force north of the border, Tijuana offered unlimited indulgence.†   (source)
  • Mrs. Nightwing says this like an indulgent grandmother wanting to know the names of our favorite dollies.†   (source)
  • There's nothing wrong with you but self-indulgence.†   (source)
  • Severo opposed the idea of having masses said, because he did not believe in them as a way of getting into heaven, much less of returning to earth, and he maintained that masses and religious vows, like the selling of indulgences, images, and scapulars, were a dishonest business.†   (source)
  • 'Flying combat missions for General Dreedle is not exactly what I had in mind,' he explained indulgently with a smooth laugh.†   (source)
  • Tiny indulgences were enough to push some must-pay bills past thirty days.†   (source)
  • So indulgent.†   (source)
  • But his indulgences had all seemed quite harmless until now.†   (source)
  • "Begging my lord's indulgence."†   (source)
  • "We have consulted our wishes rather than our reason in the indulgence of an idea of accommodation," Nathanael Greene wrote in another fervent letter to Samuel Ward in Philadelphia.†   (source)
  • You see what happens to a good man in the self-indulgent West?†   (source)
  • Diane, who must have seen it a hundred times, gave Annie a tired, indulgent smile.†   (source)
  • Are you tempted by the barbarian indulgences, Kamet?†   (source)
  • She glanced in panic at Mr. McDaniels and then at Max before laughing indulgently.†   (source)
  • "Gladly …. but if we may beg the queen's indulgence, is there some place with fewer eyes and ears?"†   (source)
  • Some writers are painting the First Lady as self-indulgent.†   (source)
  • Do you understand that it's nothing but vicious self-indulgence on my part?†   (source)
  • One without the other is self-indulgence.†   (source)
  • For a long time, particularly after Sunny left, I was certain that I would never get to enjoy the pleasantness and warmth of this kind of filiation and modest indulgence, and had resigned myself to a bachelor dotage of one-pot meals and (if careful) one-log fires and the placid chill of a zone-heated house.†   (source)
  • I have written a carefully composed ode, in perfect terza rima, begging a single indulgence.†   (source)
  • They could protect themselves from equitable sacrifices or, in emergencies, to extort unreasonable indulgences.†   (source)
  • Catti-brie smiled indulgently.†   (source)
  • I had no right to take that sort of liberty with her, but I gave myself the indulgence.†   (source)
  • Grover smiled indulgently.†   (source)
  • ] HESTHER: That's the most indulgent thing I ever heard.†   (source)
  • He feels an indulgent superiority whenever he sees these evidences of the white man's frailty.†   (source)
  • But this is another matter, and if I may be forgiven the indulgence, I will simply say that that year was, in general, a rewarding one for me.†   (source)
  • KELLER [INDULGENT]: I've brought up two of them, but this is my wife's first, she isn't battle-scarred yet.†   (source)
  • Watching them sport about, it has often seemed to me that as well adapted as they are to their environment, there was never a need for dolphins to evolve complex social institutions, so that whatever it was they did possess along those lines was much closer to the earlier situations considered by Huizinga, a life condition filled with an overt indulgence in their version of festal performances and contests.†   (source)
  • "Aunt Sister is too practical sometimes," said my mother, who thought Uncle Harold "a good man" despite his frailties, and therefore a man who deserved more indulgence than Aunt Sister granted him.†   (source)
  • In a nation that was proud of hard work, strong families, close-knit communities, and our faith in God, too many of us now tend to worship self-indulgence and consumption.†   (source)
  • At first his colleagues treated him with indulgence; perhaps his decline scared them in the same way as we are scared by cripples, beggars and invalids because we fear we could ourselves become them; but in the end his neglect, his brutal, unreasoning malice, isolated him.†   (source)
  • He was indulgent toward these immature works on account of their vigor and originality.†   (source)
  • I think your excessive tolerance, and your generous indulgence …. believe me, they're really only weakness . just blind spots ….†   (source)
  • But Gabriel was a man; he would go out one day into the world to do a man's work, and he needed, therefore, meat, when there was any in the house, and clothes, whenever clothes could be bought, and the strong indulgence of his womenfolk, so that he would know how to be with women when he had a wife.†   (source)
  • "It was as if the place of the smallest and the longest-permitted indulgence, the little common green, were to be invaded when the time came for the tyrant to die," said Phoebe.†   (source)
  • She looked at him pleadingly over the glass, and with renewed fear saw an indulgence for her weakness in his eyes.†   (source)
  • ...encouraging the belief that sickness excuses every indulgence...   (source)
    indulgence = extra kindness and tolerance
  • I told him I would give him no such thing, for neither he nor I was of an age for such indulgences.   (source)
    indulgences = excessive enjoyments
  • And with a relenting smile, he added, "I come home to be happy and indulgent."   (source)
    indulgent = extra kind and tolerant
  • To her she was most injudiciously indulgent.   (source)
  • There was little time, however, for the indulgence of any images of merriment.   (source)
    indulgence = enjoyment
  • "My indulgence shall be given, sir," replied Sir Thomas gravely, "but without any other rehearsal."   (source)
    indulgence = granting of a special privilege
  • It was a real indulgence to her to hear or to speak of Mansfield.   (source)
    indulgence = pleasure
  • Upon my word, Fanny, you are in high luck to meet with such attention and indulgence!   (source)
    indulgence = granting of a special kindness
  • We bespeak your indulgence, you understand, as young performers; we bespeak your indulgence.   (source)
    indulgence = granting of a special privilege
  • "Suppose I were to find him there again to-day!" said she to herself, in a fond indulgence of fancy.   (source)
    indulgence = enjoyment
  • "Ivar," Signa asked suddenly, "will you tell me why you go barefoot?..."
      "...It is for the indulgence of the body. From my youth up I have had a strong, rebellious body, and have been subject to every kind of temptation. ...and the feet, as I understand it, are free members. ... The hands, the tongue, the eyes, the heart, all the bodily desires we are commanded to subdue; but the feet are free members."   (source)
    indulgence = special pleasure (treatment with extra kindness or tolerance)
  • Balt Van Tassel was an easy indulgent soul; he loved his daughter ... and, like a reasonable man and an excellent father, let her have her way in everything.   (source)
    indulgent = extremely kind and lenient
  • he allowed them to get into arrears, neglect their fences, ... and otherwise go the wrong way,--and then, when he became short of money in consequence of this indulgence, he took the hardest measures and would listen to no appeal.   (source)
    indulgence = treatment with extra kindness or tolerance
  • after giving him a week's indulgence, Lady Russell determined him to be unworthy of the interest which he had been beginning to excite.   (source)
    indulgence = extra kind treatment
  • Too late he became aware how unfavourable to the character of any young people must be the totally opposite treatment which Maria and Julia had been always experiencing at home, where the excessive indulgence and flattery of their aunt had been continually contrasted with his own severity.   (source)
    indulgence = extra kindness and tolerance
  • She was a woman who spent her days in sitting, nicely dressed, on a sofa, doing some long piece of needlework, of little use and no beauty, thinking more of her pug than her children, but very indulgent to the latter when it did not put herself to inconvenience, guided in everything important by Sir Thomas, and in smaller concerns by her sister.   (source)
    indulgent = extremely kind and lenient
  • She had hoped to have William all to herself the last morning. It would have been an unspeakable indulgence.   (source)
    indulgence = special pleasure
  • A fire! it seemed too much; just at that time to be giving her such an indulgence was exciting even painful gratitude.   (source)
    indulgence = luxury
  • I can see no reason why she should be denied the indulgence. [allowing Fanny to go to Mrs. Grant's for dinner]   (source)
    indulgence = a special pleasure
  • Besides, that would be all recreation and indulgence, without the wholesome alloy of labour, and I do not like to eat the bread of idleness.   (source)
    indulgence = excessive pleasure
  • It is a great defect of temper, made worse by a very faulty habit of self-indulgence; and to see your sister suffering from it must be exceedingly painful to such feelings as yours.   (source)
    self-indulgence = being excessively undemanding of oneself
  • Your aunt Norris has always been an advocate, and very judiciously, for young people's being brought up without unnecessary indulgences; but there should be moderation in everything.   (source)
    indulgences = luxuries and privileges
  • They were relieved by it from all restraint; and without aiming at one gratification that would probably have been forbidden by Sir Thomas, they felt themselves immediately at their own disposal, and to have every indulgence within their reach.   (source)
    indulgence = luxury and privilege
  • He must content himself with being only generally agreeable, and letting Susan have her share of entertainment, with the indulgence, now and then, of a look or hint for the better-informed and conscious Fanny.   (source)
    indulgence = pleasure
  • He saw how ill he had judged, in expecting to counteract what was wrong in Mrs. Norris by its reverse in himself; clearly saw that he had but increased the evil by teaching them to repress their spirits in his presence so as to make their real disposition unknown to him, and sending them for all their indulgences to a person who had been able to attach them only by the blindness of her affection, and the excess of her praise.   (source)
    indulgences = special privileges
  • Portsmouth was Portsmouth; Mansfield was home. They had been long so arranged in the indulgence of her secret meditations, and nothing was more consolatory to her than to find her aunt using the same language: "I cannot but say I much regret your being from home at this distressing time, so very trying to my spirits."   (source)
    indulgence = special pleasure
  • So thought Fanny, in good truth and sober sadness, as she sat musing over that too great indulgence and luxury of a fire upstairs: wondering at the past and present; wondering at what was yet to come, and in a nervous agitation which made nothing clear to her but the persuasion of her being never under any circumstances able to love Mr. Crawford, and the felicity of having a fire to sit over and think of it.   (source)
    indulgence = special pleasure (something enjoyed)
  • …a fortnight of sufficient leisure ... to have convinced the gentleman that he ought to keep longer away, had he been more in the habit of examining his own motives, and of reflecting to what the indulgence of his idle vanity was tending; but, thoughtless and selfish from prosperity and bad example, he would not look beyond the present moment.   (source)
    indulgence = excessive enjoyment
  • Susan tried to be useful, where she could only have gone away and cried; and that Susan was useful she could perceive; that things, bad as they were, would have been worse but for such interposition, and that both her mother and Betsey were restrained from some excesses of very offensive indulgence and vulgarity.   (source)
    indulgence = excessive enjoyment (in this case, of something thought harmful)
  • [of Fanny and her brother William talking] …and more noisy abuse of their aunt Norris, and with whom (perhaps the dearest indulgence of the whole) all the evil and good of their earliest years could be gone over again, and every former united pain and pleasure retraced with the fondest recollection.   (source)
    indulgence = special pleasure
  • The glory of heroism, of usefulness, of exertion, of endurance, made his own habits of selfish indulgence appear in shameful contrast; and he wished he had been a William Price, distinguishing himself and working his way to fortune and consequence with so much self-respect and happy ardour, instead of what he was!   (source)
    indulgence = excessive pleasure
  • He remained steadily inclined to gratify so amiable a feeling; to gratify anybody else who might wish to see Fanny dance, and to give pleasure to the young people in general; and having thought the matter over, and taken his resolution in quiet independence, the result of it appeared the next morning at breakfast, when, after recalling and commending what his nephew had said, he added, "I do not like, William, that you should leave Northamptonshire without this indulgence."   (source)
    indulgence = special pleasure (something enjoyed)
  • A very cordial meeting passed between him and Edmund; and with the exception of Fanny, the pleasure was general; and even to her there might be some advantage in his presence, since every addition to the party must rather forward her favourite indulgence of being suffered to sit silent and unattended to.   (source)
    indulgence = thing of pleasure
  • She must say that she had more than half a mind to go with the young people; it would be such an indulgence to her; she had not seen her poor dear sister Price for more than twenty years; and it would be a help to the young people in their journey to have her older head to manage for them; and she could not help thinking her poor dear sister Price would feel it very unkind of her not to come by such an opportunity.   (source)
    indulgence = special pleasure
  • [of the East room] …and Mrs. Norris, having stipulated for there never being a fire in it on Fanny's account, was tolerably resigned to her having the use of what nobody else wanted, though the terms in which she sometimes spoke of the indulgence seemed to imply that it was the best room in the house.   (source)
    indulgence = special privilege
  • Jimmy had been full of himself back then, thinks Snowman with indulgence and a little envy.†   (source)
  • His laughter is nostalgic, I see now, the laughter of indulgence towards his former self.†   (source)
  • Still, he thought, he had a moment for indulgence.†   (source)
  • "An indulgence," he admitted with an impish smile.†   (source)
  • Luther broke with the Catholic Church because he wouldn't buy indulgences, didn't he?†   (source)
  • Professor Umbridge smiled indulgently at them and then turned to Neville.†   (source)
  • Ashoke is indifferent to such indulgences.†   (source)
  • Mr. Ullman frowned but Wendy smiled indulgently.†   (source)
  • Abnegation uses it to describe self-indulgence.†   (source)
  • "What exactly do you mean by that?" said Richard, less indulgently.†   (source)
  • Well, some of those who gave their silver were simply the self-indulgent rich.†   (source)
  • This was my cue to bow and say my name, and beg the director's indulgence, and so on.†   (source)
  • Neither was God's forgiveness dependent on the buying of 'indulgences' from the church.†   (source)
  • Also, sodas were a ruinous indulgence and would rot your teeth.†   (source)
  • She should be ashamed to let herself be amused by his self-indulgent playing with shad-ows.†   (source)
  • Anything after that had just been indulgence on the killer's part.†   (source)
  • He had walked back and forth for thirty-two minutes; it was all the indulgence he could bear.†   (source)
  • That only makes him guilty of self-indulgence.†   (source)
  • Found it self-indulgent or unconvincing or beside the point.†   (source)
  • "So they're still teaching you kiddie Physics," he says indulgently.†   (source)
  • Yeah, I heard you wrapped the deal on that major indulgence for the bored rich.†   (source)
  • But their swinish indulgence in plundered luxury is not enjoyment, it is escape.†   (source)
  • He read it, banged gavel and said, "Adam Selene begs your indulgence.†   (source)
  • 'Oh, no, of course not,' General Peckem assured him indulgently, with a companionable laugh.†   (source)
  • After Spanish, he affords himself an indulgence.†   (source)
  • That indulgence you talk of demands it; they think.†   (source)
  • Don't, I beg you, mistake my indulgences for what they are not.†   (source)
  • "Begging my lord's indulgence," said Seivarden from the floor, voice tentative.†   (source)
  • What was that if not obscene self-indulgence?†   (source)
  • Nothings taken seriously except gossip and indulgence.†   (source)
  • I want no pretense, no evasion, no silent indulgence, with the nature of our actions left unnamed.†   (source)
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