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self-excuse
n. * * *
self-excused
adj. * * *
self-excusing
adj. * * *
self-executing
/self'ek"si kyooh'ting, self"-/, adj. going into effect immediately without the need of supplementary legislation: a self-executing treaty. [1865-70] * * *
self-exhibited
adj. * * *
self-exile
—self-exiled, adj. /self"eg"zuyl, -ek"suyl, self'-/, n. 1. a state of exile imposed by oneself. 2. a person who lives voluntarily as an exile. [1820-30] * * *
self-exiled
See self-exile. * * *
self-existent
—self-existence, n. /self"ig zis"teuhnt, self'-/, adj. 1. existing independently of any cause, as God. 2. having an independent existence. [1695-1705] * * *
self-expanded
adj. * * *
self-expanding
adj. * * *
self-explanatory
/self"ik splan"euh tawr'ee, -tohr'ee, self'-/, adj. explaining itself; needing no explanation; obvious. Also, self-explaining /self"ik splay"ning, self'-/. [1895-1900] * * *
self-exploited
adj. * * *
self-exploiting
adj. * * *
self-exposed
adj. * * *
self-exposing
adj. * * *
self-express
See self-expression. * * *
self-expression
—self-expressive, adj. /self"ik spresh"euhn, self'-/, n. the expression or assertion of one's own personality, as in conversation, behavior, poetry, or painting. [1890-95] * * *
self-expressive
See self-express. * * *
self-extolled
adj. * * *
self-exulting
adj. * * *
self-fame
n. * * *
self-farming
n. * * *
self-fearing
adj. * * *
self-feed
/self'feed", self"-/, v.t., self-fed, self-feeding. Agric. to provide a supply of food to (animals) so as to allow them to eat as much and as often as they want. Cf. hand-feed ...
self-feeder
/self'fee"deuhr, self"-/, n. an apparatus or machine that automatically discharges a supply of some material, esp. one consisting of a hopper and a trough for feeding ...
self-feeding
self-feeding [self′fēd′iŋ] adj. 1. automatically supplying itself with what is needed, as a machine ☆ 2. designating or of a system of supplying feed to animals so that ...
self-fertile
/self'ferr"tl/ or, esp. Brit., /-tuyl, self"-/, adj. Zool. capable of self-fertilization. [1855-60] * * *
self-fertilization
—self-fertilized, adj. /self"ferr'tl euh zay"sheuhn, self'-/, n. 1. Bot. fertilization of an ovum of a plant by a male gamete from the same flower (opposed to ...
self-fertilized
See self-fertilization. * * *
self-fertilizing
See self-fertilized. * * *
self-figured
adj. * * *
self-filling
adj. * * *
self-finance
v.t., self-financed, self-financing. * * *
self-fitting
adj. * * *
self-flattery
—self-flattering, adj. /self'flat"euh ree, self"-/, n. praise and exaggeration of one's own achievements coupled with a denial or glossing over of one's faults or failings; ...
self-flowing
adj. * * *
self-focused
adj. * * *
self-focusing
adj. * * *
self-focussed
adj. * * *
self-focussing
adj. * * *
self-folding
adj. * * *
self-forbidden
adj. * * *
self-forgetful
—self-forgetfully, adv. —self-forgetfulness, n. /self"feuhr get"feuhl, self'-/, adj. forgetful or not thinking of one's own advantage, interest, etc. [1860-65] * * *
self-forgetting
—self-forgettingly, adv. /self"feuhr get"ing, self'-/, adj. self-forgetful. [1840-50] * * *
self-formed
adj. * * *
self-forsaken
adj. * * *
self-frighted
adj. * * *
self-fulfilling
/self"fool fil"ing/, adj. 1. characterized by or bringing about self-fulfillment. 2. happening or brought about as a result of being foretold, expected, or talked about: a ...
self-fulfillment
/self"fool fil"meuhnt, self'-/, n. the act or fact of fulfilling one's ambitions, desires, etc., through one's own efforts. Also, esp. Brit., self-fulfilment. [1860-65] * * *
self-furnished
adj. * * *
self-gain
n. * * *
self-gauging
adj. * * *
self-generated
/self'jen"euh ray'tid, self"-/, adj. made without the aid of an external agent; produced spontaneously. * * *
self-generating
/self'jen"euh ray'ting, self"-/, adj. producing from within itself. Also, self-generative /self'jen"euhr euh tiv, -euh ray'tiv, self"-/. * * *
self-generation
/self"jen'euh ray"sheuhn/, n. production or reproduction of something without the aid of an external agent; spontaneous generation. * * *
self-given
adj. * * *
self-giving
adj. * * *
self-glazed
adj. * * *
self-glazing
adj. * * *
self-glorified
adj. * * *
self-glorifying
adj. * * *
self-glory
n. * * *
self-glorying
adj. * * *
self-gotten
adj. * * *
self-governed
—self-governing, adj. /self'guv"euhrnd, self"-/, adj. 1. governed by itself or having self-government, as a state or community; independent. 2. self-regulating; ...
self-governing
self-gov·ern·ing (sĕlfʹgŭvʹər-nĭng) adj. 1. Exercising control or rule over oneself or itself. 2. Having the right or power of self-government; autonomous. * * *
self-government
/self'guv"euhrn meuhnt, -euhr meuhnt, self"-/, n. 1. control of the government of a state, community, or other body by its own members; democratic government. 2. the condition of ...
self-gratification
/self"grat'euh fi kay"sheuhn, self'-/, n. the act of pleasing or satisfying oneself, esp. the gratifying of one's own impulses, needs, or desires. [1670-80] * * *
self-guard
n. * * *
self-guarded
adj. * * *
self-guided
adj. * * *
self-hardening
—self-hardened, adj. /self'hahr"dn ing, self"-/, adj. noting or pertaining to any of various steels that harden after heating without quenching or other treatment. [1900-05] * ...
self-harming
adj. * * *
self-hate
n. * * *
self-hatred
n. * * *
self-heal
self-heal (sĕlfʹhēl') n. Any of several plants reputed to have healing powers, especially Prunella vulgaris, a creeping Eurasian plant with deep violet-blue, two-lipped ...
self-healing
adj. * * *
self-heating
adj. * * *
self-help
—self-helper, n. —self-helpful, self-helping, adj. —self-helpfulness, n. /self'help", self"-/, n. 1. the act of providing for or helping or the ability to provide for or ...
self-hitting
adj. * * *
self-honored
adj. * * *
self-hope
n. * * *
self-humbling
adj. * * *
self-hypnosis
—self-hypnotic /self"hip not"ik, self'-/, adj. —self-hypnotism /self'hip"neuh tiz'euhm/, n. /self"hip noh"sis, self'-/, n. autohypnosis. [1900-05] * * *
self-hypnotized
—selfhypnotization, n. /self'hip"neuh tuyzd', self"-/, adj. hypnotized by oneself. * * *
self-identification
/self"uy den'teuh fi kay"sheuhn, -i den'-, self'-/, n. identification of oneself with some other person or thing. [1950-55] * * *
self-identity
/self"uy den"ti tee, -i den"-, self'-/, n. the identity or consciousness of identity of a thing with itself. [1865-70] * * *
self-idolized
adj. * * *
self-idolizing
adj. * * *
self-ignite
—self-ignition /self"ig nish"euhn, self'-/, n. /self"ig nuyt", self'-/, v.i., self-ignited, self-igniting. to ignite without spark or flame. [1940-45] * * *
self-ignorant
adj. * * *
self-illumined
adj. * * *
self-image
/self"im"ij/, n. the idea, conception, or mental image one has of oneself. [1950-55] * * *
self-immolating
/self'im"euh lay'ting, self"-/, adj. of, pertaining to, or tending toward self-immolation. * * *
self-immolation
/self"im'euh lay"sheuhn/, n. voluntary sacrifice or denial of oneself, as for an ideal or another person. [1810-20] * * *
self-immunity
n., pl. self-immunities. * * *
self-immuring
adj. * * *
self-impairable
adj. * * *
self-impairing
adj. * * *
self-imparting
adj. * * *
self-importance
self-im·por·tance (sĕlf'ĭm-pôrʹtns) n. Excessively high regard for one's own importance or station; conceit.   self'-im·porʹtant adj. self'-im·porʹtant·ly adv. * * *
self-important
—self-importance, n. —self-importantly, adv. /self"im pawr"tnt, self'-/, adj. having or showing an exaggerated opinion of one's own importance; pompously conceited or ...
self-importantly
See self-important. * * *
self-imposed
/self"im pohzd", self'-/, adj. imposed on one by oneself: a self-imposed task. [1775-85] * * *
self-improvement
—self-improvable, adj. —self-improver, n. —self-improving, adj. /self"im proohv"meuhnt, self'-/, n. improvement of one's mind, character, etc., through one's own ...
self-inclosed
adj. * * *
self-inclusive
/self"in klooh"siv, self'-/, adj. including oneself or itself. [1920-25] * * *
self-incompatibility
See self-incompatible. * * *
self-incompatible
self-in·com·pat·i·ble (sĕlf'ĭn-kəm-pătʹə-bəl) adj. Botany Incapable of self-fertilization.   self'-in'com·pat'i·bilʹi·ty n. * * *
self-incriminating
/self"in krim"euh nay'ting, self'-/, adj. serving to incriminate oneself or to expose oneself to prosecution: self-incriminating testimony. [1930-35] * * *
self-incrimination
/self"in krim'euh nay"sheuhn, self'-/, n. the act of incriminating oneself or exposing oneself to prosecution, esp. by giving evidence or testimony. [1920-25] * * * In criminal ...
self-incriminatory
See self-incriminating. * * *
self-incurred
adj. * * *
self-induced
/self"in doohst", -dyoohst", self'-/, adj. 1. induced by oneself or itself. 2. Elect. produced by self-induction. [1885-90] * * *
self-inductance
/self'in duk"teuhns/, n. Elect. inductance inducing an electromotive force in the same circuit in which the motivating change of current occurs, equal to the number of flux ...
self-induction
/self'in duk"sheuhn/, n. Elect. the process by which an electromotive force is induced in a circuit by a varying current in that circuit. [1870-75] * * *
self-inductive
See self-induction. * * *
self-indulgence
self-indulgence [self′in dul′jəns] n. indulgence of one's own desires, impulses, etc. self-indulgent adj. * * * self-in·dul·gence (sĕlf'ĭn-dŭlʹjəns) n. Excessive ...
self-indulgently
See self-indulgent. * * *
self-infatuated
adj. * * *
self-inflicted
—self-infliction, n. /self"in flik"tid, self'-/, adj. inflicted by oneself upon oneself: a self-inflicted wound. [1775-85] * * *
self-initiated
/self"i nish"ee ay'tid, self'-/, adj. initiated or begun by oneself. * * *
self-injurious
adj. * * *
self-injury
n., pl. self-injuries. * * *
self-inoculated
adj. * * *
self-inspected
adj. * * *
self-instructed
adj. * * *
self-instructional
/self"in struk"sheuh neuhl/, adj. Educ. pertaining to or constituting learning materials and conditions arranged so that students can proceed to learn on their own with little or ...
self-insufficiency
n., pl. self-insufficiencies. * * *
self-insurance
/self"in shoor"euhns, self'-/, n. insurance of one's property or interests against possible loss by the establishing of a special fund for the purpose instead of seeking coverage ...
self-insure
/self"in shoor", self'-/, v., self-insured, self-insuring. v.t. 1. to subject (one's property or interests) to self-insurance. v.i. 2. to insure with self-insurance. [1930-35] * ...
self-insured
See self-insure. * * *
self-insurer
/self"in shoor"euhr, self'-/, n. one insured under self-insurance. [1905-10] * * *
self-interest
—self-interested, adj. —self-interestedness, n. /self'in"teuhr ist, -trist, self"-/, n. 1. regard for one's own interest or advantage, esp. with disregard for others. 2. ...
self-interested
See self-interest. * * *
self-invented
adj. * * *
self-invited
adj. * * *
self-involved
self-involved [self′in välvd′, self′invôlvd′] adj. self-centered; preoccupied with oneself self-involvement n. * * * self-in·volved (sĕlf'ĭn-vŏlvdʹ) adj. Absorbed ...
self-involvement
See self-involved. * * *
self-irony
n., pl. self-ironies. * * *
self-issued
adj. * * *
self-issuing
adj. * * *
self-judgment
/self'juj"meuhnt, self"-/, n. the act or fact of judging oneself. [1650-60] * * *
self-justification
/self"jus'teuh fi kay"sheuhn, self'-/, n. the act or fact of justifying oneself, esp. of offering excessive reasons, explanations, excuses, etc., for an act, thought, or the ...
self-justifying
/self'jus"teuh fuy'ing, self"-/, adj. 1. offering excuses for oneself, esp. in excess of normal demands. 2. automatically adjusting printed or typed lines to fill a given space, ...
self-killed
adj. * * *
self-killer
n. * * *
self-killing
adj. * * *
self-kindled
adj. * * *
self-knowledge
/self'nol"ij, self"-/, n. knowledge or understanding of oneself, one's character, abilities, motives, etc. [1605-15] * * *
self-lacerating
adj. * * *
self-lashing
adj., n. * * *
self-laudatory
adj. * * *
self-leveler
n. * * *
self-leveling
adj. * * *
self-levelling
adj. * * *
self-levied
adj. * * *
self-lighting
adj. * * *
self-liking
adj., n. * * *
self-limitation
See self-limiting. * * *
self-limited
/self'lim"i tid, self"-/, adj. (of a disease) running a definite and limited course. Also, self-limiting. [1835-45] * * *
self-limiting
—self-limitation, n. /self"lim"i ting/, adj. 1. limiting oneself or itself: a self-limiting authority. 2. (of a disease) self-limited. [1860-65] * * *
self-liquidating
/self'lik"wi day'ting, self"-/, adj. 1. capable of being sold and converted into cash within a short period of time or before the date on which the supplier must be paid. 2. (of ...
self-liquidation
See self-liquidating. * * *
self-loader
/self"loh"deuhr/, n. semiautomatic (def. 3). [1935-40] * * *
self-loading
/self'loh"ding, self"-/, adj. noting or pertaining to an automatic or semiautomatic firearm. [1895-1900] * * *
self-loathing
adj., n. * * *
self-locating
adj. * * *
self-locking
adj. * * *
self-love
—self-loving, adj. /self"luv"/, n. 1. the instinct by which one's actions are directed to the promotion of one's own welfare or well-being, esp. an excessive regard for one's ...
self-loving
See self-love. * * *
self-lubricated
adj. * * *
self-luminous
adj. * * *
self-made
/self"mayd"/, adj. 1. having succeeded in life unaided: He is a self-made man. 2. made by oneself. [1605-15] * * *
self-mailer
/self"may"leuhr/, n. an advertisement, booklet, or the like, that has space for a name, address, and postage and can be mailed without a wrapper or envelope. [1940-45] * * *
self-mailing
See self-mailer. * * *
self-maimed
adj. * * *
self-maintained
adj. * * *
self-making
adj. * * *
self-managing
adj. * * *
self-manifest
adj. * * *
self-mapped
adj. * * *
self-mastery
/self'mas"teuh ree, -mah"steuh-, self"-/, n. self-control. [1855-60] * * *
self-mate
/self"mayt'/, n. Chess. a move that will cause a player's king to be mated within a certain number of subsequent moves. Also called suimate. [1885-90] * * *
self-matured
adj. * * *
self-mediating
adj. * * *

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