"We shall see, Monsieur Cardinal, we shall see," said the king, who, in his joy at finding the queen guilty of a crime which he cared little about, and innocent of a fault of which he had great dread, was ready to make up all differences with her, "we shall see, but upon my honor, you are too indulgent
Blunt's expression had grown even more indulgent if that were possible.
Rose was standing very close to me and I caught distinctly the note of scorn in her indulgent compassion.
Harling was very indulgent
; bought him guns and tools and electric batteries, and never asked what he did with them.
My face was close to his, and he let me kiss him, simply taking it with indulgent
She was an indulgent
parent, however, and really had little objection to Emma Jane amusing herself in this unusual way; it was only for Rebecca, as the niece of the difficult Miranda Sawyer, that she raised scruples; but when fully persuaded that the enterprise was a charitable one, she acquiesced.
But by an appeal to her affection for her mother, by representing the inconveniences which that indulgent
mother must draw on herself, if (as would probably be the case) she consented to this increase of establishment, Marianne was shortly subdued; and she promised not to tempt her mother to such imprudent kindness by mentioning the offer, and to tell Willoughby when she saw him next, that it must be declined.
So I sought out a school conducted on a more indulgent
system, and near enough to permit of my visiting her often, and bringing her home sometimes.
'"He's very delicate, sir," I replied; "and scarcely likely to reach manhood: but this I can say, he does not resemble his father; and if Miss Catherine had the misfortune to marry him, he would not be beyond her control: unless she were extremely and foolishly indulgent
. However, master, you'll have plenty of time to get acquainted with him and see whether he would suit her: it wants four years and more to his being of age."'
It is imagined that they would be too indulgent
judges of the conduct of men, in whose official creation they had participated.
"He seems to be a most conscientious and polite young man, upon my word, and I doubt not will prove a valuable acquaintance, especially if Lady Catherine should be so indulgent
as to let him come to us again."
To her she was most injudiciously indulgent
. William was her pride; Betsey her darling; and John, Richard, Sam, Tom, and Charles occupied all the rest of her maternal solicitude, alternately her worries and her comforts.