What Does Indulgent Mean?


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Nisha Fernandes answered
Indulgent may be defined as giving into or continually yielding to the wishes of someone. A few examples are 'They were the typical indulgent grandparents and their grandchildren will always cherish their memory" or "She was an exceedingly indulgent mother".

It also alternatively signifies toleration or leniency. A few instances are "An indulgent parent will most likely raise pampered children" or "An indulgent owner will spoil his dog". It may also denote a favourable attitude or be positively inclined towards something or someone.

Indulgent is the adjective form of the noun indulgence. Its adverb form is indulgently. Self indulgence is giving in to your own wants and desires. Indulgence is the inability to resist the gratification of desires or whims. It may denote a disposition which constantly submits to the will of someone, for example,' A bit too much indulgence will result in a spoilt child' or ' His disposition towards his old mother was one of devoted indulgence'.
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It means characterized by or showing indulgence; benignly lenient or permissive: An indulgent parent.
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The act or an instance of indulging; gratification: Indulgence of every whim.
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patrica white answered
Indulge means that somthing is very thick and creamy like galexy chocolate bar
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