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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MARICLARE CAREYJONES' KITCHEN When Mariclare moved into her home in the Cardiff suburb of Pontcanna she wanted to put her own stamp on it and indulged herself with designing a kitchen in her favourite colour - pink.
MARICLARE CAREY-JONES' KITCHEN When Mariclare moved into her home in the Cardiff suburb of Pontcanna she wanted to put her own stamp on it and indulged herself with designing a kitchen in her favourite colour - pink.
Suzanne indulged herself with an aria from Robert and Elizabeth, a seldom performed operetta about the poets and lovers Robert Browning and Elizabeth Barrett which she had loved as a child.
My friend indulged herself with the most expensive main course around - the Dover sole (pounds 21.50) from the specials.
Penny, who usually gets through about five or six carrots a day, even indulged herself with a three-course carrot meal at her recent birthday celebration.
With curry, bolognese and Chinese chicken all on offer in the players' canteen Sharapova indulged herself with two slices of cucumber, a small scattering of lettuce and a half-teaspoon of dressing.