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overindulgences

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  • noun Plural form of overindulgence.

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Examples

  • So, the direct answer to your question is that while Champagne doesn't make me slim, it gives me pleasure and perhaps keeps me away from some high calorie, liquid overindulgences that would make me fat.

    Mireille Guiliano - An interview with author

  • I'm enjoying some of these offbeat personalities, but am a bit worried at the overindulgences of Paul McDonald (whose funky style and spastic moves threaten to eclipse his musicality) and Jacob Lusk (whose over-the-top histrionics are spinning so far out of control, I hear Patti LaBelle is looking into diva copyright infringement).

    Matt's TV Week in Review

  • And there is no better way to cleanse your body of overindulgences.

    ChiRunning

  • There was a time, before we lamented our checking account balances and dwindling 401Ks, when haute spa treatments and overindulgences were the norm.

    Felicia C. Sullivan: Create Your Lux Spa Experience...At Home!

  • Despite his occasional overindulgences, Bobby was never late for work at the auto shop and gas station, and usually left a little later than he had to, because there was always something to be done, some task that he did not wish to abandon uncompleted, even if it could be finished quickly and easily in the morning.

    The Lovers

  • A sampling of comments from our readers: "I'm giving up unnecessary luxuries, shopping, overindulgences, unnecessary spending, especially my credit cards, for Lent."

    RELIGION Blog | dallasnews.com

  • There was a time, before we lamented our checking account balances and dwindling 401Ks, when haute spa treatments and overindulgences were the norm.

    Felicia C. Sullivan: Create Your Lux Spa Experience...At Home!

  • A sampling of comments from our readers: "I'm giving up unnecessary luxuries, shopping, overindulgences, unnecessary spending, especially my credit cards, for Lent."

    You said it | RELIGION Blog | dallasnews.com

  • There was a time, before we lamented our checking account balances and dwindling 401Ks, when haute spa treatments and overindulgences were the norm.

    Felicia C. Sullivan: Create Your Lux Spa Experience...At Home!

  • A sampling of comments from our readers: "I'm giving up unnecessary luxuries, shopping, overindulgences, unnecessary spending, especially my credit cards, for Lent."

    RELIGION Blog | The Dallas Morning News

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