At first, it is easy to dismiss Bradlee as an overindulged and overprotected child of privilege.
He was not overindulged; he had always the spur of effort to urge him forward.
He told her of his overindulged boyhood, as the only child of a wealthy New York merchant.
And he failed to curb his own immoderate thirst, but overindulged until, inert in the medicine lodge, he slept as heavily as they.
Reuben—could Benjamin by chance have overindulged in liquor?
Perhaps he overindulged and spoiled the youngster of whom he was so fond.
What can an overindulged child know of the grand motives it takes a life-time to learn?
Encouragement, of course, is helpful, but it ought not to be overindulged.