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Synonyms for indulge

gratify

Synonyms

indulge yourself

Synonyms

  • treat yourself
  • splash out
  • spoil yourself
  • luxuriate in something
  • overindulge yourself

Synonyms for indulge

to comply with the wishes or ideas of (another)

to treat with indulgence and often overtender care

to grant or have what is demanded by (a need or desire)

to take extravagant pleasure

to involve oneself in (an activity)

Synonyms for indulge

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"I'M definitely an indulger. After a long day at work I like to kick back and relax at home with a vodka or glass of Bailey's.
It was named "the mute clique of Lenin's indulgers": "Having shouted a loud "hurray", to the separate peace and civil war, the Bolshevik Congress of Soviets goes to long rest", the article "Opposition of His Majesty" said.
Dubbed 'The Indulgers,' each of the items from Australia-based online store Geeky Sex Toys follows a theme from one of the members of the Avengers.
Greetings to all us grandmothers, we band of lovesick indulgers whose ability to say 'no' seems to be disabled the day our grandbabies are born.
It no longer denoted immorality or illegitimate trade, rather it denoted financial independence from indulgers.
The biggest indulgers, typically those aged 16-24, are likely to have so many mince pies, chocolate treats and alcoholic drinks in the run-up to Christmas they will consume 30,000 extra calories, a survey found.
The first segment, the healthy indulgers (which is very similar to the baby boomer segment), represents healthy, mature consumers who enjoy life.
She said that while snacks with healthy claims and natural ingredients are important, snacking consumers are also still very much indulgers. Both healthy and indulgent snacks balance out the list of the most-consumed snacks in the United States currently, according to Mintel.
521-522) separates aging consumers into four segments: "healthy hermits" (those who reacted to life events by withdrawing psychologically), "ailing outgoers" (those who maintain positive self-esteem while accepting their old age status), "healthy indulgers" (those who have experienced the fewest life-changing events) and "frail recluses" (those who have experienced a large number of life-changing events associated with physiological, social and psychological aging).
Both are available in both large-bar format and as bite-sized Promises, and the large bar's wrapper employs a design that reduces packaging materials by 50 percent, so indulgers can help the earth while they satisfy their sweet tooth.
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THE Welsh clergy and the inn have often been at loggerheads: it would, however, be difficult for churchgoers and indulgers in rather more than the odd sip of communion wine not to engage with each other in Llanelian yn Rhos.
His indulgers suggest he needs fire in his temperament to play at his best.
Golfers will appreciate two fabulously laid-out 18-hole courses and indulgers will revel in all the treatments the spa
Savor the island's epicurean treats at the Swizzle Inn, where indulgers have been said to swagger out.