self-indulgent

[self-in-duhl-juhnt, self-]
adjective
1.
indulging one's own desires, passions, whims, etc., especially without restraint.
2.
characterized by such indulgence.

Origin:
1785–95

self-indulgence, noun
self-indulgently, adverb
self-indulger, noun
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self-indulgent
 
adj
tending to indulge one's own desires, etc
 
self-in'dulgence
 
n
 
self-in'dulgently
 
adv

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Example sentences
Because you really can't be self-indulgent in grizzly country.
The singers were encouraged to ornament their parts, although they did nothing
  self-indulgent.
He thought they were both being self-indulgent with their little power struggle.
Dropping everything to spend years thinking about cosmology could be called
  self-indulgent.
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