Asked • 06/19/19

indulger of vs. "indulger in"?

A person can **indulge in *something***. Is he therefore an **indulger of *something*** or an **indulger in *something***? Are both okay? If both are okay, is there any difference between these two phrases or are their meanings exactly the same?

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Kaitlin W. answered • 06/19/19

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