Meaning of overindulgent in English:


Pronunciation /ˌəʊv(ə)rɪnˈdʌldʒənt/

Translate overindulgent into Spanish


See overindulgence

‘Sadly, the flashback scenes - where the actress plays her character in her younger days, all nervous tics and immature bravado - are excessive and overindulgent, and fall wide of the mark.’
  • ‘‘We are fond of [our grandchildren], but feel that their parents are overindulgent,’ he reveals.’
  • ‘But Dickens had no way of knowing to what idiotically overindulgent philosophies future generations would subscribe.’
  • ‘They are themselves dying, succumbing to the diseases that once afflicted only overindulgent kings and queens.’
  • ‘He has failed to address the concerns of disillusioned citizens regarding overindulgent judges catering to the comforts of repeat offenders at the expense of distraught victims.’