overindulge


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Synonyms for overindulge

drink or eat too much

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to treat with indulgence and often overtender care

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I made sure I didn't overindulge or eat for the sake of it.
But given that people over 45 will feel the stress and overindulge the most, then maybe children underfoot aren't the cause of family arguments as much as might be imagined.
In one sense it is strange that we come together as churches to celebrate Thanksgiving--which is, after all, a day marked in contemporary North American culture by reenactments of that first feast in the colonies, a day to watch football, overindulge ourselves in our excess, or shop till we drop.
At the age of 69, most people are already enjoying their twilight years taking the trips the always promised themselves and overindulging their grandkids they way they never had the time or resources to overindulge their kids.
I could tell Lee didn't want to be in Oklahoma only to watch three other douche bags overindulge in cheap beer and beef jerky.
If parents just swim with the tide (here it's easy to come down on the side of those salmon swimming upstream), they will overprotect, overindulge, and over schedule their children.
Having a mini meal before hitting the party will help you not to overindulge.
Further, nearly 30 percent of police officers overindulge in alcohol compared with 10 percent of the general population.
By 1870 it had become the verb we now use, meaning to treat with indulgence, to cosset, overindulge, pamper and spoil.
9, 10 and 11 cricketers have a jolly time when their team is batting and can get through a few jam sandwiches, but they know they cannot overindulge because they may be required for duty.
Anytime you allow yourself to get too hungry, it's easy to overindulge.
Her advice: "Break the cycle by having a delicious piece of chocolate at the end of a meal, when you're already satisfied, and you'll be less likely to overindulge.
The new data suggest that unless we overindulge, says Hollenberg, "people should not feel guilty about eating it.
I have been known to overindulge around the holiday season.
Though this romantic story could have resulted in a saccharine binge, DiPego and Turteltaub thankfully do not overindulge.