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use "indulge" in a sentence


But you're still on vacation, so it's OK to indulge in moderation.

Soon it'll be possible to (almost) indulge this fantasy without leaving Earth.

I also miss regular ice-cream breaks, so I make sure to indulge every now and then!

That meant that during the celebration, most couldn't indulge in the goodies.

Eateries are happy to indulge people's bacon cravings, especially now that prices are falling.

We consider it a boost to the economy to waste food, to indulge in plastic surgery or frivolous games.

The key is to make choices and control portion sizes if you want to indulge in high calorie leftovers.

Even during work, I secretly indulge my Internet addiction.

We cannot always anticipate the ways in which natural systems will adjust to changes induced by the activities of modern society. indulge

The average local had few, if any, opportunities to indulge in sporting activities.

There is a Chinese proverb which observes that our wishes are like little children, the more you indulge them, the more they want from you.

We decided to indulge ourselves in a dinner at a fancy restaurant, with champagne and everything to celebrate our anniversary.

He began to indulge in drinking after he lost his wife.

Our new spa lets you indulge yourself at a reasonable price.

A Harvard study of college drinking showed that more than 40 percent of students indulge in binge drinking, which is defined as consuming five drinks at one sitting by men or four drinks by women.

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