indulge in

phrasal verb

indulged in; indulging in; indulges in
: to become involved in (something, especially something that is considered wrong or improper)
Both candidates have promised not to indulge in further personal attacks for the remainder of the campaign.

Examples of indulge in in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web Milan is bustling with new stores, restaurants and exhibitions for both tourists and locals to indulge in. Andrea Onate, WWD, 15 June 2024 Grasso’s Garage: 2024 Hyundai Kona AWD a generational improvement Fear of opioids causing relapse has those in addiction recovery needing joint replacement cautious Five new CT restaurants to indulge in this winter. Hartford Courant, 13 June 2024 Cyrus Schultz, wine director and sommelier at Cyrus, aims to create drinks that make sober guests feel just as special, if not more, than those indulging in traditional wine pairings. Christine Chitnis, San Diego Union-Tribune, 2 June 2024 But when you’re done dancing along, taking yoga classes, indulging in private beach access, and admiring interactive art experiences, more adventure awaits. Kara Peeler, Sunset Magazine, 21 May 2024 Catch the waves while indulging in water-sports like kayaking, windsurfing, and snorkeling. Jahnavi Bhatt, Condé Nast Traveler, 20 May 2024 Those with a sweet tooth can indulge in a tres leches loaf. Jacqueline Pinedo, Sacramento Bee, 3 June 2024 Its expansive balcony offers panoramic views, inviting guests to indulge in the beauty of the San Gabriel Mountains. Branded Content Contributor, Orange County Register, 31 May 2024 Growing up in Hamilton, about an hour’s drive southwest of Toronto, indulging in the Canadian tradition of cottage life was instilled in him early on, going to places like South Hampton Beach on Lake Huron. Rachel Chang, Travel + Leisure, 28 May 2024

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“Indulge in.” Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, Accessed 20 Jun. 2024.

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