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- adj. Exhibiting tendencies of self-indulgence.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Indulging one's appetites, desires, etc., freely.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Given to the undue indulgence or gratification of one's own passions, desires, or the like.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. indulgent of your own appetites and desires
I fell into a depression that might be called self-indulgent but was real just the same.
Clearly I had passed what Mr. Brown calls my "self-indulgent foodism" down to my two-year-old.
He thinks that architecture now tends to alternate between self-indulgent fireworks and acting as a tool of developers.
They have to be careful not to get too sulky about parts of a project that are in the end self-indulgent.
If Marvel did cancel Cloak and Dagger good for them because now she can devote more time to Vamptopia or whatever other self-indulgent crap she has going on.
David and Jaqueline Siegel, whose shameless and self-indulgent lifestyle was profiled in "The Wild Ride of the 1%" Review, Oct. 22, are the problem, not the banks or the politicians or Congress.
And it comes at a time when other self-indulgent audience habits have become standard.
Looking back at my early writing, it really is some dreary, self-indulgent nonsense.
Sure, it does have long, self-indulgent spots, but the film remains ahead of its time to a remarkable degree.
Despite some overlong and self-indulgent sequences (such as the Japanese nightclub scene), the ambitious multi-country scope is handled well with several noteworthy performances.
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