Indulge meaning

ĭn-dŭlj'
To yield to or satisfy (a desire); give oneself up to.

To indulge a craving for sweets.

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To gratify the wishes of; be very lenient with; humor.
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To give way to one's own desires; indulge oneself (in something)
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(intransitive, often followed by "in"): To yield to a temptation or desire.

He looked at the chocolate but didn't indulge.

I indulged in drinking on the weekend.

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Indulge is defined as to give into a desire.

An example of indulge is to eat a huge sundae with all of the toppings.

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To grant an ecclesiastical indulgence or dispensation to.
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To yield to (a desire or whim); gratify.

Indulge a craving for chocolate.

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To yield to the desires or whims of (someone), often excessively.

We indulged our daughter on her birthday.

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To indulge oneself.

Eyed the desserts but didn't indulge.

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To engage or take part, especially freely or avidly.

Indulged in outrageous behavior; indulged in all the latest fads.

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To grant as a kindness, favor, or privilege.
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To satisfy the wishes or whims of.

Grandma indulges the kids with sweets.

I love to indulge myself with beautiful clothes.

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To give way to (a habit or temptation); not to oppose or restrain.

To indulge sloth, pride, selfishness, or inclinations.

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To grant an extension to the deadline of a payment.
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To grant as by favour; to bestow in concession, or in compliance with a wish or request.
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Origin of indulge

Latin indulgēre dlegh- in Indo-European roots