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used in Misery

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to give into a desire or enjoy something — especially in excess of what is thought good—such as a desire to eat too much cake, or be too lazy


to allow or help someone to get their way or enjoy something — especially something that (probably because of excess) is not considered to be good or proper
  • Not for the firsttime it occurred to him that Ian's possession of the woman Geoffrey loved just as dearly (if secretly) allowed Ianto indulge in an odd sort of selfishness and an almost womanly hysteria that Geoffrey himself must forgo; after all, to the rest of the world he was only Misery's friend.
    Part 3 — Paul (4% in)

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