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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References in classic literature ?
I think, Miss Price, we would have indulged ourselves with a week's calm in the Atlantic at that season."
A HORIZON SPECIAL BBC2, 9pm It's no surprise that following the festive period, after we've indulged ourselves with copious amounts of mulled wine and food, the schedules are now inundated with diet-this and fitness plan-that - and with a bit of luck, it might inspire us to get involved.
On that cold day, we indulged ourselves with a buffalo mozzarella, basil and tomato sandwich and cup of chicken corn chowder.
As I sit writing this note on Good Friday, I recall that after a very long, intent and profitable day's executive meeting back then, our group adjourned for dinner at a Toronto restaurant, the whole place encased in polished chrome modernity, where Larry and I indulged ourselves with good wine and a close aesthetic discussion of Bach's Passion According to St Matthew, discovering that we both always turned soppy at the same point in its long dramatic unfolding.
So before we plunge into the next big challenge - qualifying for the European Championship - let's purge some of the collective fantasies we indulged ourselves with on the road to France.