indulgently : Definition, Usages, News and More
- r in an indulgent manner
I was indulgently advised to give the kids what they wanted unless I wished my son to be socially ostracised
- But ours is also a generation that has self-indulgently perverted King's call to freedom into a defense of excess, of freedom from responsibility.
- His mother, who displayed such sport to him during his childhood, indulgently calls this business "going all loopy.
- The tongue-in-cheek menu offers dishes both "sans" (undressed) or "100%" (with the works), allowing customers to decide how traditionally or indulgently they wish to dine.
News & Articles
- Commentary: The solitary leaker, a betrayer of trust
The founders did not create the United States so that some solitary 29-year-old could make unilateral decisions about what should be exposed. Edward Snowden self-indulgently short-circuited the democratic structures of accountability, putting his own preferences above everything else.
June 12, 2013 - Seattle Times
- Robert Ray in Melbourne Herald Sun
I actually should have gone around Easter but, a bit self-indulgently, I wanted to be in government longer than opposition,Senator Ray told the Herald Sun yesterday.