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- Mustn't let them think we British ladies are so petty as to indulge in arguments on the streets.Chapter 1 (57% in)
- We don't indulge bad habits here at Spence, Mademoiselle Scholarship," she says, giving the last two words a nasty emphasis.Chapter 5 (57% in)
- She's gotten what she wants from Brigid so there's not much point indulging her, as far as she's concerned.Chapter 17 (76% in)
- Would you indulge me?Chapter 30 (25% in)
There are no more uses of "indulge" in A Great and Terrible Beauty.
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