Synonyms of indulgence in English:

indulgence


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See Spanish definition of complacencia

noun

1‘he squandered his money on the indulgence of all his desires’

SYNONYMS
satisfaction, satisfying, gratification, gratifying, fulfilment, fulfilling, satiation, appeasement, assuagement, quenching, slaking
accommodation
ANTONYMS

denial

2‘he took exercise as an antidote to excess indulgence’

SYNONYMS
self-gratification, self-indulgence, overindulgence, overconsumption, intemperance, immoderation, immoderateness, dissipation, dissolution, dissoluteness, debauchery, excess, excessiveness, lack of restraint, prodigality, extravagance, decadence, pleasure-seeking, wantonness, lack of self-control
rare sybaritism
ANTONYMS

moderation

3‘they viewed holidays abroad as an indulgence’

SYNONYMS
extravagance, luxury, treat, comfort, non-essential, extra, frill
ANTONYMS

necessity

4‘her indulgence left him spoilt’

SYNONYMS
pampering, coddling, mollycoddling, cosseting, babying, mothering, nannying
spoiling, humouring, catering to someone's every whim
partiality

5‘his parents view his lapses with indulgence’

SYNONYMS
tolerance, forbearance, humanity, compassion, kindness, understanding, sympathy, liberalness, liberality, forgiveness, leniency, lenience, clemency, mercy, mercifulness
ANTONYMS

severity