indulge (oneself or someone) with (something)

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indulge (oneself or someone) with (something)

To be kind enough to allow oneself or someone something. If I'm indulging myself with one birthday present this year, it's going to be that gorgeous bracelet! Do you think the CEO would indulge me with a few minutes of his precious time?
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indulge someone with something

to grant someone the favor or privilege of something. Please indulge me with this one favor. He always indulged himself with dinner at a nice restaurant when he went into town.
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4 Indulge yourself with our fruit-filled summer desserts.
INDULGE yourself with a midnight nibble of homemade banana chip cookie.
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INDULGE yourself with lovely jewellery while being eco-friendly and ethical at the same time, thanks to a cool range of bracelets made from - wait for it - recycled plastic bags.
Indulge yourself with the signature luxury facial, and a trip to the salon for nail care.
With the days getting warmer and longer, now is the perfect time to indulge yourself with a brand new summer wardrobe.
You can also indulge yourself with the Somerfield Rice Crispy Cakes - a tantalising combination of crisp rice and real milk chocolate that makes a perfect tea-time treat!
INDULGE yourself with this luxurious make-up palette from Yves Saint Laurent.