indulge

(redirected from indulged)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Idioms.
Related to indulged: peculiarities

indulge

verb accommodate, acquiesce, allow, bear with, do a favor, do service for, endure, entertain, favor, flatter, fulfill, give in to, give license to, go along with, humor, jumps into, minister to, pamper, pander to, permit, satiate, satisfy, spoil, tolerate, yield to
See also: bestow, concede, enable, foster, furnish, give, grant, let, pander, patronize, permit, sanction, suffer, tolerate, vouchsafe
References in periodicals archive ?
"The bank has not entered into any transactions with the intent to do any window dressing of corporate accounts to conceal NPA status," Yes Bank said in response to a query by the National Stock Exchange if the bank had indulged in window dressing to hide bad loans.
The 19 Chinese men, aged between 19 and 47, armed with swords, axes, knives and cleavers indulged in a group fight in an open parking lot at the Dubai International City's China Cluster in March 2016.
Special operation on the directive of Chief Traffic Officer Yousaf Ali Shahid was launched and the youngsters found indulged in one-wheeling, rash and negligent driving were netted and sent behind the bars.
He said terrorism must be fought and should not be indulged in any form.
"Throughout the years, she indulged her love of dancing, especially the groups from the Big Band era.
Elizabeth Bell, prosecuting, said on November 1 a 17-year-old girl walking along a footpath at Ewloe saw him expressionless as he indulged in a sex act with one hand and held his mobile phone in the other.
Catching the spirit of the movie, we want to believe that you and the young cast indulged in all sorts of fantastic sexual hanky-panky.
For example, dietary and moral reformers harbored fears that those who indulged their appetites for sugary treats might subsequently develop far more dangerous appetites--for cigarettes, alcohol, or sexual pleasure.
When that happens, everybody loses their freedom, not just those who indulged themselves in its excess.
Mrs Thomson said she did not suspect her training officer husband, formerly of Lanarkshire, indulged in cross-dressing.
Skilled reading has become an elite diversion; skilled writing, an abstruse yield of pinched device; and artmaking an indulged and shabby therapy.
Our party has never indulged in horse-trading," Singh said while addressing the Lower House of Parliament.