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the act of doing or having something that is not good for you
behaviour that is considered immoral because it concentrates too much on pleasure
the practice of allowing yourself to have or to do something special that you like very much, often something that you should not have or do
the practice of spending a lot of money, especially more than you should
a person’s love or enjoyment of something
a fun-loving person enjoys having fun
because something is enjoyable or funny, not for any important or serious reason
for enjoyment, rather than for any serious purpose
when electronic information is lost because the software or devices needed to read it are no longer available
a small fish that lives in rivers and lakes
a company that pays its employees to write online comments in favour or against somebody or something posing as ordinary Internet users
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Free thesaurus definition of indulgence and pleasure seeking from the Macmillan English Dictionary - a free English dictionary online with thesaurus and with pronunciation from Macmillan Publishers Limited.