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seise
I. verb see seize 1a II. verb see seize 1b
seisin
or seizin noun Etymology: Middle English seisine, from Anglo-French, from seisir to seize — more at seize Date: 14th century 1. the possession of land or chattels 2. the ...
seismic
adjective Etymology: Greek seismos shock, earthquake, from seiein to shake; probably akin to Avestan thwaēshō fear Date: 1858 1. of, subject to, or caused by an earthquake; ...
seismically
adverb see seismic
seismicity
noun Date: 1902 the relative frequency and distribution of earthquakes
seismo-
combining form Etymology: Greek, from seismos earthquake ; vibration
seismogram
noun Etymology: International Scientific Vocabulary Date: circa 1891 the record of an earth tremor by a seismograph
seismograph
noun Etymology: International Scientific Vocabulary Date: 1858 an apparatus to measure and record vibrations within the earth and of the ground • seismographer noun • ...
seismographer
noun see seismograph
seismographic
adjective see seismograph
seismography
noun see seismograph
seismologic
adjective see seismology
seismological
adjective see seismology
seismologist
noun see seismology
seismology
noun Etymology: International Scientific Vocabulary Date: 1858 a science that deals with earthquakes and with artificially produced vibrations of the earth • seismological ...
seismometer
noun Date: 1841 a seismograph measuring the actual movements of the ground (as on the earth or the moon) • seismometric adjective
seismometric
adjective see seismometer
seismometry
noun Etymology: International Scientific Vocabulary Date: 1858 the scientific study of earthquakes
seize
verb (seized; seizing) Etymology: Middle English saisen, from Anglo-French seisir, from Medieval Latin sacire, of Germanic origin; perhaps akin to Old High German sezzen to set ...
seizer
noun see seize
seizin
noun see seisin
seizing
noun Date: 14th century 1. a. the cord or lashing used in binding or fastening b. the fastening so made — see knot illustration 2. the operation of fastening ...
seizure
noun Date: 15th century 1. a. the act, action, or process of seizing ; the state of being seized b. the taking possession of person or property by legal process 2. ...
sejant
adjective Etymology: modification of Middle French seant, present participle of seoir to sit, from Latin sedēre — more at sit Date: circa 1500 sitting — used of a ...
Sejanus
biographical name Lucius Aelius died A.D. 31 Roman conspirator
sel
I. chiefly Scottish variant of self II. abbreviation select; selected; selection
selachian
noun Etymology: ultimately from Greek selachos cartilaginous phosphorescent fish; akin to Greek selas brightness Date: 1835 any of a variously classified group (Selachii) of ...
selaginella
noun Etymology: New Latin, from Latin selagin-, selago, a plant resembling the savin Date: 1891 any of a genus (Selaginella) of mosslike lower tracheophytes that are related ...
selah
interjection Etymology: Hebrew selāh Date: circa 1530 — a term of uncertain meaning found in the Hebrew text of the Psalms and Habakkuk carried over untranslated into some ...
Selangor
geographical name state central Malaysia (federation) on Strait of Malacca area 3074 square miles (7962 square kilometers), population 2,289,236
selcouth
adjective Etymology: Middle English, from Old English seldcūth, from seldan seldom + cūth known — more at uncouth Date: before 12th century archaic unusual, strange
Selden
I. biographical name George Baldwin 1846-1922 American lawyer & inventor II. biographical name John 1584-1654 English jurist & antiquarian
seldom
I. adverb Etymology: Middle English, from Old English seldan; akin to Old High German seltan seldom Date: before 12th century in few instances ; rarely, infrequently II. ...
select
I. adjective Etymology: Latin selectus, past participle of seligere to select, from se- apart (from sed, se without) + legere to gather, select — more at suicide, legend ...
selectable
adjective see select I
selected
adjective Date: 1590 select; specifically of a higher grade or quality than the ordinary
selectee
noun Date: 1940 1. a person inducted into military service under selective service 2. a person who is chosen from a group by fitness or preference
selection
noun Date: circa 1623 1. the act or process of selecting ; the state of being selected 2. one that is selected ; choice; also a collection of selected things 3. a natural ...
selectionist
noun Date: 1892 one who considers natural selection a fundamental factor in evolution • selectionist adjective
selective
adjective Date: 1625 1. of, relating to, or characterized by selection ; selecting or tending to select 2. highly specific in activity or effect • selectively adverb ...
selective service
noun Date: 1917 a system under which men are called up for military service ; draft
selectively
adverb see selective
selectiveness
noun see selective
selectivity
noun see selective
selectman
noun Date: 1635 one of a board of officials elected in towns of all New England states except Rhode Island to serve as the chief administrative authority of the town
selectness
noun see select I
selector
noun see select I
selen-
I. combining form or seleno- Etymology: Latin selen-, from Greek selēn-, from selēnē — more at selenium moon II. combining form or seleni- Etymology: Swedish, from ...
selenate
noun Etymology: Swedish selenat, from selen of or containing selenium, from New Latin selenium Date: 1818 a salt containing the anion SeO42-
Selene
noun Date: 1845 the Greek goddess of the moon
Selenga
geographical name river N central Asia rising in W Mongolia & flowing to Lake Baikal
seleni-
combining form see selen- II
selenide
noun Date: 1849 a binary compound of selenium with a more electropositive element or group
seleniferous
adjective Date: 1823 containing or yielding selenium
selenite
noun Etymology: Middle English selinete, from Latin selenites, from Greek selēnitēs (lithos), literally, stone of the moon, from selēnē; from the belief that it waxed and ...
selenium
noun Etymology: New Latin, from Greek selēnē moon, from selas brightness Date: 1818 a photosensitive element that occurs in both crystalline and amorphous forms, is ...
selenium cell
noun Date: 1880 an insulated strip of selenium mounted with electrodes and used as a photoconductive element
seleno-
combining form see selen- I
selenocentric
adjective Etymology: International Scientific Vocabulary Date: circa 1852 of or relating to the center of the moon; also referred to or involving the moon as a center
selenological
adjective see selenology
selenologist
noun see selenology
selenology
noun Date: 1821 a branch of astronomy that deals with the moon • selenological adjective • selenologist noun
Seleucia
geographical name 1. (or Seleucia Tracheotis) ancient city SE Asia Minor in Cilicia SW of Tarsus 2. ancient city, chief city of the Seleucid Empire; ruins now in Iraq on the ...
Seleucia Pieria
geographical name see Seleucia 3
Seleucia Tracheotis
geographical name see Seleucia 1
Seleucid
noun Etymology: New Latin seleucides, from Seleucus I Date: 1851 a member of a Greek dynasty ruling Syria and at various times other Asian territories from 312 B.C. to 64 ...
Seleucus I Nicator
biographical name 358(to 354)-281 B.C. Macedonian general & founder of Seleucid dynasty
self
I. pronoun Etymology: Middle English (intensive pronoun), from Old English; akin to Old High German selb, intensive pronoun, and probably to Latin suus one's own — more at ...
self-
combining form Etymology: Middle English, from Old English, from self 1. a. oneself or itself b. of oneself or itself c. by oneself or itself 2. a. to, ...
self-abandoned
adjective Date: 1791 abandoned by oneself; especially given up to one's impulses
self-abandonment
noun Date: 1809 1. a lack of self-restraint 2. a surrender of one's selfish interests or desires
self-absorbed
adjective Date: 1796 absorbed in one's own thoughts, activities, or interests
self-absorption
noun Date: 1835 preoccupation with oneself
self-abuse
noun Date: 1605 1. reproach of oneself 2. masturbation 3. abuse of one's body or health
self-acting
adjective Date: circa 1680 acting or capable of acting of or by itself ; automatic
self-activity
noun Date: 1644 independent and especially self-determined activity
self-actualization
noun see self-actualize
self-actualize
intransitive verb Date: 1874 to realize fully one's potential • self-actualization noun
self-addressed
adjective Date: 1904 addressed for return to the sender
self-adhesive
adjective Date: 1958 having a side coated with an adhesive that sticks without wetting
self-adjustment
noun Date: 1848 adjustment to oneself or one's environment
self-admiration
noun Date: 1661 self-conceit
self-affected
adjective Date: 1606 conceited, self-loving
self-analysis
noun Date: 1821 a systematic attempt by an individual to understand his or her own personality without the aid of another person
self-analytic
adjective see self-analytical
self-analytical
also self-analytic adjective Date: 1943 relating to or using self-analysis
self-annihilation
noun Date: 1647 annihilation of the self (as in mystical contemplation of God)
self-applauding
adjective Date: 1654 marked by self-applause
self-applause
noun Date: 1678 an expression or feeling of approval of oneself
self-appointed
adjective Date: 1792 appointed by oneself ; self-proclaimed
self-assemble
intransitive verb see self-assembly
self-assembly
noun Date: 1966 the process by which a complex macromolecule (as collagen) or a supramolecular system (as a virus) spontaneously assembles itself from its components • ...
self-asserting
adjective Date: 1837 1. asserting oneself or one's own rights, claims, or opinions 2. a. self-assured, confident b. arrogant • self-assertingly adverb
self-assertingly
adverb see self-asserting
self-assertion
noun Date: 1806 1. the act of asserting oneself or one's own rights, claims, or opinions 2. the act of asserting one's superiority over others
self-assertive
adjective Date: 1862 given to or characterized by self-assertion Synonyms: see aggressive • self-assertively adverb • self-assertiveness noun
self-assertively
adverb see self-assertive
self-assertiveness
noun see self-assertive
self-assumption
noun Date: 1606 self-conceit
self-assurance
noun Date: 1594 self-confidence
self-assured
adjective Date: 1711 sure of oneself ; self-confident • self-assuredly adverb • self-assuredness noun
self-assuredly
adverb see self-assured
self-assuredness
noun see self-assured
self-aware
adjective Date: 1924 characterized by self-awareness
self-awareness
noun Date: 1880 an awareness of one's own personality or individuality
self-belt
noun Date: 1960 a belt made of the same material as the garment with which it is worn • self-belted adjective
self-belted
adjective see self-belt
self-betrayal
noun Date: 1822 self-revelation
self-born
adjective Date: 1587 1. arising within the self 2. springing from a prior self
self-catering
adjective Date: 1970 British provided with lodging and cooking facilities but not meals
self-centered
adjective Date: circa 1764 1. independent of outside force or influence ; self-sufficient 2. concerned solely with one's own desires, needs, or interests • ...
self-centeredly
adverb see self-centered
self-centeredness
noun see self-centered
self-closing
adjective Date: circa 1875 closing or shutting automatically after being opened
self-cocking
adjective Date: 1847 of a firearm cocked by the operation of some part of the action
self-collected
adjective Date: circa 1711 self-possessed
self-colored
adjective Date: 1759 of a single color
self-compatibility
noun see self-compatible
self-compatible
adjective Date: 1922 capable of effective self-pollination that results in the production of seeds and fruits • self-compatibility noun
self-composed
adjective Date: 1838 having control over one's emotions ; calm • self-composedly adverb • self-composedness noun
self-composedly
adverb see self-composed
self-composedness
noun see self-composed
self-conceit
noun Date: 1577 an exaggerated opinion of one's own qualities or abilities ; vanity • self-conceited adjective
self-conceited
adjective see self-conceit
self-concept
noun Date: 1925 the mental image one has of oneself
self-conception
noun Date: 1875 self-concept
self-concern
noun Date: 1681 a selfish or morbid concern for oneself • self-concerned adjective
self-concerned
adjective see self-concern
self-confessed
adjective Date: 1746 openly acknowledged by oneself ; avowed • self-confessedly adverb
self-confessedly
adverb see self-confessed
self-confession
noun Date: 1707 open acknowledgment ; avowal
self-confidence
noun Date: 1609 confidence in oneself and in one's powers and abilities • self-confident adjective • self-confidently adverb
self-confident
adjective see self-confidence
self-confidently
adverb see self-confidence
self-confrontation
noun Date: 1961 self-analysis
self-congratulation
noun Date: 1712 congratulation of oneself; especially a complacent acknowledgment of one's own superiority or good fortune
self-congratulatory
adjective Date: 1833 expressive of self-congratulation
self-conscious
adjective Date: circa 1680 1. a. conscious of one's own acts or states as belonging to or originating in oneself ; aware of oneself as an individual b. intensely aware ...
self-consciously
adverb see self-conscious
self-consciousness
noun see self-conscious
self-consequence
noun Date: 1751 self-importance
self-consistency
noun Date: 1692 the quality or state of being self-consistent
self-consistent
adjective Date: 1683 having each part logically consistent with the rest
self-contained
adjective Date: 1591 1. a. complete in itself ; independent b. built-in 2. a. showing self-control b. formal and reserved in manner • self-containedly ...
self-containedly
adverb see self-contained
self-containedness
noun see self-contained
self-containment
noun see self-contained
self-contamination
noun Date: 1955 1. contamination by oneself 2. contamination from within
self-content
noun Date: 1654 self-satisfaction
self-contented
adjective Date: 1818 self-satisfied • self-contentedly adverb • self-contentedness noun
self-contentedly
adverb see self-contented
self-contentedness
noun see self-contented
self-contentment
noun Date: 1815 self-satisfaction
self-contradiction
noun Date: 1658 1. contradiction of oneself 2. a self-contradictory statement or proposition
self-contradictory
adjective Date: 1657 consisting of two contradictory members or parts
self-control
noun Date: 1711 restraint exercised over one's own impulses, emotions, or desires • self-controlled adjective
self-controlled
adjective see self-control
self-correcting
adjective Date: 1805 correcting or compensating for one's own errors or weaknesses
self-corrective
adjective Date: circa 1925 self-correcting
self-dealing
noun Date: 1940 financial dealing that is not at arm's length; especially borrowing from or lending to a company by a controlling individual primarily to the individual's own ...
self-defense
noun Date: 1651 1. a plea of justification for the use of force or for homicide 2. the act of defending oneself, one's property, or a close relative
self-defensive
adjective Date: 1809 of, relating to, or given to self-defense
self-definition
noun Date: 1957 the evaluation by oneself of one's worth as an individual in distinction from one's interpersonal or social roles
self-denial
noun Date: 1642 a restraint or limitation of one's own desires or interests
self-denying
adjective Date: 1632 showing self-denial • self-denyingly adverb
self-denyingly
adverb see self-denying
self-designation
noun Date: 1848 a name or title that an animate entity (as a person or body of people) uses usually by choice to refer to itself
self-despair
noun Date: 1652 despair of oneself ; hopelessness
self-destroying
adjective Date: 1645 self-destructive
self-destruct
intransitive verb Date: 1968 to destroy oneself or itself • self-destruct adjective
self-destruction
noun Date: circa 1586 destruction of oneself; especially suicide
self-destructive
adjective Date: 1641 acting or tending to harm or destroy oneself ; also suicidal • self-destructiveness noun
self-destructiveness
noun see self-destructive
self-determination
noun Date: circa 1670 1. free choice of one's own acts or states without external compulsion 2. determination by the people of a territorial unit of their own future ...
self-determined
adjective Date: circa 1670 determined by oneself
self-determining
adjective Date: 1662 capable of determining one's or its own acts
self-determinism
noun Date: 1936 a doctrine that the actions of a self are determined by itself
self-devoted
adjective Date: 1713 characterized by total devotion of oneself (as to a cause) • self-devotedness noun
self-devotedness
noun see self-devoted
self-discipline
noun Date: 1838 correction or regulation of oneself for the sake of improvement
self-disciplined
adjective Date: 1828 capable of or subject to self-discipline
self-discovery
noun Date: 1924 the act or process of achieving self-knowledge
self-distrust
noun Date: 1789 a lack of confidence in oneself ; diffidence • self-distrustful adjective
self-distrustful
adjective see self-distrust
self-dramatization
noun Date: 1933 the act or an instance of dramatizing oneself • self-dramatizer noun
self-dramatizer
noun see self-dramatization
self-dramatizing
adjective Date: 1938 seeing and presenting oneself as an important or dramatic figure
self-drive
adjective Date: 1929 chiefly British being a rental car
self-elected
adjective Date: 1799 self-appointed
self-employed
adjective Date: 1916 earning income directly from one's own business, trade, or profession rather than as a specified salary or wages from an employer • self-employed noun
self-employment
noun Date: 1745 the state of being self-employed
self-energizing
adjective Date: 1931 containing means for augmentation of power within itself
self-enforcing
adjective Date: 1952 containing in itself the authority or means that provide for its enforcement
self-enrichment
noun Date: 1920 the act or process of increasing one's intellectual or spiritual resources
self-esteem
noun Date: 1657 1. a confidence and satisfaction in oneself ; self-respect 2. self-conceit
self-evidence
noun Date: 1671 the quality or state of being self-evident
self-evident
adjective Date: 1671 evident without proof or reasoning • self-evidently adverb
self-evidently
adverb see self-evident
self-exam
noun Date: 1978 self-examination
self-examination
noun Date: 1647 1. a reflective examination (as of one's beliefs or motives) ; introspection 2. examination of one's body especially for evidence of disease
self-excited
adjective Date: 1882 excited by a current produced by the generator itself
self-executing
adjective Date: 1857 taking effect immediately without implementing legislation
self-exiled
adjective Date: 1737 exiled by one's own wish or decision
self-explanatory
adjective Date: 1848 explaining itself ; capable of being understood without explanation
self-exploration
noun Date: 1954 the examination and analysis of one's own unrealized spiritual or intellectual capacities
self-expression
noun Date: 1892 the expression of one's own personality ; assertion of one's individual traits • self-expressive adjective
self-expressive
adjective see self-expression
self-feed
transitive verb (selffed; -feeding) Date: circa 1924 to provide rations to (animals) in bulk so as to permit feeding as wanted
self-feeder
noun Date: 1924 a device for providing feed to livestock that is equipped with a feed hopper that automatically supplies a trough below
self-feeling
noun Date: 1879 self-centered emotion
self-fertile
adjective Date: 1865 fertile by means of its own pollen or sperm • self-fertility noun
self-fertility
noun see self-fertile
self-fertilization
noun Date: 1859 fertilization effected by union of ova with pollen or sperm from the same individual • self-fertilize verb
self-fertilize
verb see self-fertilization
self-flagellate
verb see self-flagellation
self-flagellation
noun Date: 1925 extreme criticism of oneself • self-flagellate verb
self-flattering
adjective Date: circa 1586 given to self-flattery
self-flattery
noun Date: 1657 the glossing over of one's own weaknesses or mistakes and the exaggeration of one's own good qualities and achievements
self-forgetful
adjective Date: 1822 having or showing no thought of self or selfish interests • self-forgetfully adverb • self-forgetfulness noun
self-forgetfully
adverb see self-forgetful
self-forgetfulness
noun see self-forgetful
self-forgetting
adjective Date: 1824 self-forgetful • self-forgettingly adverb
self-forgettingly
adverb see self-forgetting
self-fruitful
adjective Date: 1940 capable of setting a crop of self-pollinated fruit • self-fruitfulness noun
self-fruitfulness
noun see self-fruitful
self-fulfilling
adjective Date: 1876 1. becoming real or true by virtue of having been predicted or expected 2. marked by or achieving self-fulfillment
self-fulfillment
noun Date: circa 1864 fulfillment of oneself
self-given
adjective Date: 1662 1. given by oneself 2. derived from itself
self-glorification
noun Date: 1834 a feeling or expression of one's own superiority
self-glorifying
adjective Date: 1840 given to or marked by boasting ; boastful
self-glory
noun Date: 1647 personal vanity ; pride
self-governance
noun Date: 1839 self-government 2
self-governed
adjective Date: 1709 1. not influenced or controlled by others 2. exercising self-control
self-governing
adjective Date: 1778 having control or rule over oneself; specifically having self-government ; autonomous
self-government
noun Date: 1654 1. self-control, self-command 2. government under the control and direction of the inhabitants of a political unit rather than by an outside authority; ...
self-gratification
noun Date: 1677 the act of pleasing oneself or of satisfying one's desires; especially the satisfying of one's own sexual urges
self-gratulation
noun Date: 1771 self-congratulation
self-gratulatory
adjective Date: circa 1841 self-congratulatory
self-heal
noun Date: 14th century a blue-flowered Eurasian mint (Prunella vulgaris) that is naturalized throughout North America and is held to have medicinal properties useful in ...
self-help
noun Date: 1831 the action or process of bettering oneself or overcoming one's problems without the aid of others; especially the coping with one's personal or emotional ...
self-identical
adjective Date: 1877 having self-identity
self-identification
noun Date: 1941 identification with someone or something outside oneself
self-identity
noun Date: 1835 1. sameness of a thing with itself 2. individuality
self-ignite
intransitive verb Date: 1835 to become ignited without flame or spark (as under high compression) • self-ignition noun
self-ignition
noun see self-ignite
self-image
noun Date: 1939 one's conception of oneself or of one's role
self-immolate
verb see self-immolation
self-immolation
noun Date: 1799 a deliberate and willing sacrifice of oneself often by fire • self-immolate verb
self-importance
noun Date: 1754 1. an exaggerated estimate of one's own importance ; self-conceit 2. arrogant or pompous behavior
self-important
adjective Date: 1766 having or showing self-importance • self-importantly adverb
self-importantly
adverb see self-important
self-inclusive
adjective Date: 1877 1. enclosing itself 2. complete in itself
self-incompatibility
noun see self-incompatible
self-incompatible
adjective Date: 1922 incapable of effective self-pollination • self-incompatibility noun
self-incriminating
adjective Date: 1925 serving or tending to incriminate oneself
self-incrimination
noun Date: 1911 incrimination of oneself; specifically the giving of testimony which will likely subject one to criminal prosecution
self-inductance
noun Date: 1888 inductance in which an electromotive force is produced by self-induction
self-induction
noun Date: 1865 induction of an electromotive force in a circuit by a varying current in the same circuit
self-indulgence
noun Date: 1711 excessive or unrestrained gratification of one's own appetites, desires, or whims • self-indulgent adjective • self-indulgently adverb
self-indulgent
adjective see self-indulgence
self-indulgently
adverb see self-indulgence
self-insurance
noun Date: circa 1897 insurance of oneself or of one's own interests by the setting aside of money at regular intervals to provide a fund to cover possible losses
self-insure
verb Date: 1932 to insure oneself; especially to practice self-insurance • self-insurer noun
self-insurer
noun see self-insure

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