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- Do not indulge the hope that you will escape the usual penalties; indeed, in your better moments, I trust you would hardly even wish to do so.Chapter 2 (2% in)
- One of their poets, Coleridge, has recorded that he did not pray "with moving lips and bended knees" but merely "composed his spirit to love" and indulged "a sense of supplication".Chapter 4 (24% in)
- At the very moment of indulging her appetite she believes that she is practising temperance.Chapter 17 (29% in)
There are no more uses of "indulge" in The Screwtape Letters.
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