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indulgent
used in Gone with the Wind

5 uses
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Definition
to treat with extra kindness or tolerance
  • He applauded her triumphs, where Frank merely smiled indulgently and Pitty said "Dear me!" in a dazed manner.
    4.38 (68% in)
  • And while he was learning she had a fond and maternal indulgence and patience for his errors.
    4.41 (95% in)
  • We could see how this wrung his heart and think he must be a most indulgent—in fact, a far too indulgent husband.
    5.56 (34% in)
  • We could see how this wrung his heart and think he must be a most indulgent—in fact, a far too indulgent husband.
    5.56 (34% in)
  • She wanted to cry in his arms and say that she, too, had been overly proud of the child's horsemanship, overly indulgent to her wheedlings.
    5.60 (23% in)

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