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- Tony made a warm nest for him in her hands; talked to him gaily and indulgently in Bohemian.†
- 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.
Book 2 *indulgent = treated with extra kindness
- 'Poor fellow,' Lena said indulgently, 'he takes everything so hard.'†
- Just then it was the fashion to speak indulgently of Lena and severely of Tiny Soderball, who had quietly gone West to try her fortune the year before.†
- The daughter laughed indulgently, and took my hat from me.†
(indulgent) to treat with extra kindness or tolerance