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self-medicate
self-medicate [self′med′ə kāt΄] vi. self-medicated, self-medicating to medicate oneself without consulting a physician self-medication n. * * *
self-medication
/self"med'i kay"sheuhn/, n. the use of medicine without medical supervision to treat one's own ailment. * * *
self-merit
n. * * *
self-minded
adj. * * *
self-mockery
n. * * *
self-mocking
adj. * * *
self-monitoring
adj. * * *
self-mortification
—self-mortified /self'mawr"teuh fuyd', self"-/, adj. /self"mawr'teuh fi kay"sheuhn/, n. the inflicting of pain or privation on oneself: He was certain that self-mortification ...
self-motion
n. * * *
self-motivation
—self-motivated, adj. /self"moh'teuh vay"sheuhn/, n. initiative to undertake or continue a task or activity without another's prodding or supervision. * * *
self-moving
—self-movement, n. —self-mover, n. /self'mooh"ving, self"-/, adj. capable of moving without an external agency. [1575-85] * * *
self-multiplied
adj. * * *
self-murder
n. * * *
self-murdered
adj. * * *
self-mutilating
adj. * * *
self-named
adj. * * *
self-negating
adj. * * *
self-neglect
adj. * * *
self-neglectful
adj. * * *
self-neglecting
adj. * * *
self-nourished
adj. * * *
self-nourishing
adj. * * *
self-oblivious
adj. * * *
self-observed
adj. * * *
self-obsessed
adj. * * *
self-occupied
adj. * * *
self-offense
n. * * *
self-offered
adj. * * *
self-oiling
adj. * * *
self-opened
adj. * * *
self-opener
n. * * *
self-opening
adj. * * *
self-operating
/self'op"euh ray'ting, self"-/, adj. automatic. Also, self-operative /self'op"euhr euh tiv, -euh ray'tiv, -op"reuh tiv, self"-/. * * *
self-opinion
/self"euh pin"yeuhn, self'-/, n. opinion of oneself, esp. when unduly high. [1570-80] * * *
self-opinionated
/self'euh pin"yeuh nay'tid, self"-/, adj. 1. conceited; having an inordinately high regard for oneself, one's own opinions, views, etc. 2. stubborn or obstinate in holding to ...
self-oppressive
adj. * * *
self-ordained
adj. * * *
self-oriented
adj. * * *
self-originated
adj. * * *
self-outlaw
n. * * *
self-outlawed
adj. * * *
self-paced
/self"payst"/, adj. (of an educational system, course, etc.) done or designed to be accomplished at the student's own speed: self-paced instruction. [1970-75] * * *
self-paid
adj. * * *
self-painter
n. * * *
self-pampered
adj. * * *
self-pampering
adj. * * *
self-panegyric
adj. * * *
self-parodistic
adj. * * *
self-parody
n., pl. self-parodies. * * *
self-paying
adj. * * *
self-peace
n. * * *
self-perceiving
adj. * * *
self-perceptive
adj. * * *
self-perfecting
adj. * * *
self-performed
adj. * * *
self-perpetuating
—self-perpetuation, n. /self"peuhr pech"ooh ay'ting, self'-/, adj. 1. continuing oneself in office, rank, etc., beyond the normal limit. 2. capable of indefinite ...
self-perpetuation
See self-perpetuating. * * *
self-perplexed
adj. * * *
self-pictured
adj. * * *
self-pitiful
adj.; self-pitifully, adv.; self-pitifulness, n. * * *
self-pity
—self-pitying, adj. —self-pityingly, adv. /self'pit"ee, self"-/, n. pity for oneself, esp. a self-indulgent attitude concerning one's own difficulties, hardships, etc.: We ...
self-pitying
See self-pity. * * *
self-pityingly
See self-pitying. * * *
self-planted
adj. * * *
self-player
n. * * *
self-playing
adj. * * *
self-pleased
adj. * * *
self-pleaser
n. * * *
self-pleasing
adj. * * *
self-pointed
adj. * * *
self-poised
self-poised (sĕlfʹpoizdʹ) adj. 1. In command of oneself. 2. In a state of balance without need of support. * * *
self-policing
adj. * * *
self-pollinate
/self"pol"euh nayt', self'-/, v.i., v.t. self-pollinated, self-pollinating. to undergo or cause to undergo self-pollination. [1885-90] * * *
self-pollination
/self"pol'euh nay"sheuhn, self'-/, n. Bot. the transfer of pollen from the anther to the stigma of the same flower, another flower on the same plant, or the flower of a plant of ...
self-portrait
/self'pawr"trit, -trayt, -pohr"-, self"-/, n. a portrait of oneself done by oneself. [1830-40] * * *
self-posed
adj. * * *
self-possessed
—self-possessedly /self"peuh zes"id lee, -zest"lee, self'-/, adv. /self"peuh zest", self'-/, adj. having or showing control of one's feelings, behavior, etc.; composed; ...
self-possession
/self"peuh zesh"euhn, self'-/, n. the quality of being self-possessed; control of one's feelings, behavior, etc.; composure; poise. [1735-45] * * *
self-posting
adj. * * *
self-powered
adj. * * *
self-praise
n. * * *
self-praising
adj. * * *
self-prepared
adj. * * *
self-prescribed
adj. * * *
self-presented
adj. * * *
self-preservation
—self-preserving, adj. /self"prez'euhr vay"sheuhn, self'-/, n. preservation of oneself from harm or destruction. [1605-15] * * *
self-pretended
adj. * * *
self-pride
/self'pruyd", self"-/, n. pride in one's abilities, status, possessions, etc.; self-esteem. [1580-90] * * *
self-primed
adj. * * *
self-primer
n. * * *
self-priming
adj. * * *
self-prizing
adj. * * *
self-proclaimed
adj. * * *
self-procured
adj. * * *
self-procuring
adj. * * *
self-produced
—self-production /self"preuh duk"sheuhn, self'-/, n. /self"preuh doohst", -dyoohst", self'-/, adj. produced by oneself or itself. * * *
self-professed
adj. * * *
self-profit
n. * * *
self-promoting
adj. * * *
self-pronouncing
/self"preuh nown"sing/, adj. having the pronunciation indicated, esp. by diacritical marks added on original spellings rather than by phonetic symbols: a self-pronouncing ...
self-propagated
adj. * * *
self-propelled
/self"preuh peld", self'-/, adj. 1. propelled by itself. 2. (of a vehicle) propelled by its own engine, motor, or the like, rather than drawn or pushed by a horse, locomotive, ...
self-propulsion
/self" preuh pul"sheuhn, self'-/, n. propulsion by a vehicle's own engine, motor, or the like. * * *
self-protection
—self-protecting, adj. —self-protective, adj. —self-protectiveness, n. /self"preuh tek"sheuhn, self'-/, n. protection of oneself or itself. [1855-60] * * *
self-protective
self-pro·tec·tive (sĕlf'prə-tĕkʹtĭv) adj. Serving or designed to protect oneself.   self'-pro·tecʹtion n. self'-pro·tecʹtive·ly adv. * * *
self-protectively
See self-protection. * * *
self-proving
adj. * * *
self-published
/self"pub"lisht/, adj. 1. published independently by the author: self-published books. 2. having published one's own work independently: a self-published author. [1970-75] * * *
self-punished
adj. * * *
self-punishing
adj. * * *
self-punitive
adj. * * *
self-purification
self-pu·ri·fi·ca·tion (sĕlf'pyo͝or'ə-fĭ-kāʹshən) n. 1. Naturally produced purification: self-purification of water. 2. Purification of oneself. * * *
self-purifying
adj. * * *
self-questioning
/self'kwes"cheuh ning, self"-/, n. review or scrutiny of one's own motives or behavior. [1860-65] * * *
self-raised
adj. * * *
self-raising
adj. * * *
self-rating
adj., n. * * *
self-reacting
adj. * * *
self-reactive
self-re·ac·tive (sĕlf'rē-ăkʹtĭv) adj. Immunologically reactive to itself. Used of a cell or antibody. * * *
self-reading
adj. * * *
self-realization
/self"ree'euh leuh zay"sheuhn, self'-/, n. the fulfillment of one's potential. [1870-75] * * *
Self-Realization Fellowship
▪ spiritual society       spiritual society founded in the United States by Paramahansa Yogananda (1893–1952), a teacher of yoga, who was one of the first Indian ...
self-reckoning
adj., n. * * *
self-recording
/self"ri kawr"ding, self'-/, adj. recording automatically, as an instrument. [1870-75] * * *
self-rectifying
adj. * * *
self-reference
—self-referential /self"ref'euh ren"sheuhl/, self-referring /self"ri ferr"ing/, adj. /self"ref"euhr euhns, -ref"reuhns/, n. 1. reference made to oneself or one's own ...
self-referential
self-referential [self′ref΄ə ren′shəl] adj. 1. making reference to itself or oneself 2. of, being, or related to a work of literature or art which exhibits the author's or ...
self-referentially
See self-reference. * * *
self-refining
adj. * * *
self-reflective
adj. * * *
self-reflectively
See self-reflective. * * *
self-reflexive
self-reflexive [self′ri flek′siv] adj. SELF-REFERENTIAL * * *
self-reform
n. * * *
self-refuted
adj. * * *
self-refuting
adj. * * *
self-regard
—self-regarding, adj. /self"ri gahrd", self'-/, n. 1. consideration for oneself or one's own interests. 2. self-respect. [1585-95] * * *
self-registering
—self-registration, n. /self'rej"euh steuhr ing, -string, self'-/, adj. registering automatically, as an instrument; self-recording. [1830-40] * * *
self-regulated
/self'reg"yeuh lay'tid, self"-/, adj. governed or controlled from within; self-regulating. [1840-50] * * *
self-regulating
/self'reg"yeuh lay'ting, self"-/, adj. 1. adjusting, ruling, or governing itself without outside interference; operating or functioning without externally imposed controls or ...
self-regulation
/self"reg'yeuh lay"sheuhn, self'-/, n. control by oneself or itself, as in an economy, business organization, etc., esp. such control as exercised independently of governmental ...
self-regulative
/self'reg"yeuh lay'tiv, self"-/, adj. used for or capable of controlling or adjusting oneself or itself: a self-regulative device. Also, self-regulatory /self'reg"yeuh leuh ...
self-reliance
/self"ri luy"euhns, self'-/, n. reliance on oneself or one's own powers, resources, etc. [1825-35] * * *
self-reliant
—self-reliantly, adv. /self"ri luy"euhnt, self'-/, adj. relying on oneself or on one's own powers, resources, etc. [1840-50] Syn. independent, assured, enterprising, resolute, ...
self-reliantly
See self-reliant. * * *
self-relish
n. * * *
self-renewal
n. * * *
self-renewing
adj. * * *
self-renounced
adj. * * *
self-renouncing
adj. * * *
self-renunciation
—self-renunciatory /self'ri nun"see euh tawr'ee, -tohr'ee, -shee euh-, self"-/, adj. /self"ri nun'see ay"sheuhn, self'-/, n. renunciation of one's own will, interests, ...
self-repairing
adj. * * *
self-repeating
adj. * * *
self-repellent
adj. * * *
self-replicating
—self-replication, n. /self"rep"li kay'ting, self'-/, adj. 1. reproducing itself by its own power or inherent nature: self-replicating organisms. 2. Genetics. making an exact ...
self-replication
See self-replicating. * * *
self-repose
n. * * *
self-reproach
—self-reproachful, self-reproaching, adj. —self-reproachingly, adv. —self-reproachingness, n. /self"ri prohch"/, n. blame or censure by one's own conscience. [1770-80] * * *
self-reproachful
See self-reproach. * * *
self-reproachfully
See self-reproachful. * * *
self-reproof
n. * * *
self-repulsive
adj. * * *
self-resigned
adj. * * *
self-resourceful
adj.; self-resourcefully, adv.; self-resourcefulness, n. * * *
self-respect
—self-respectful, self-respecting, adj. /self"ri spekt", self'-/, n. proper esteem or regard for the dignity of one's character. [1605-15] * * *
self-respecting
See self-respect. * * *
self-restoring
adj. * * *
self-restraint
—self-restrained, adj. —self-restraining, adj. /self"ri straynt", self'-/, n. restraint imposed on one by oneself; self-control. [1765-75] * * *
self-restricted
adj. * * *
self-retired
adj. * * *
self-revealed
adj. * * *
self-revealing
/self"ri vee"ling, self'-/, adj. displaying, exhibiting, or disclosing one's most private feelings, thoughts, etc.: an embarrassingly self-revealing autobiography. Also, ...
self-revelation
/self"rev'euh lay"sheuhn, self'-/, n. disclosure of one's private feelings, thoughts, etc., esp. when unintentional. [1850-55] * * *
self-reverent
adj. * * *
self-righteous
—self-righteously, adv. —self-righteousness, n. /self'ruy"cheuhs, self"-/, adj. confident of one's own righteousness, esp. when smugly moralistic and intolerant of the ...
self-righteously
See self-righteous. * * *
self-righteousness
See self-righteously. * * *
self-righting
self-right·ing (sĕlfʹrīʹtĭng) adj. Capable of righting itself when overturned: a self-righting boat. * * *
self-rigorous
adj. * * *
self-rising
/self"ruy"zing/, adj. Cookery. rising without the addition of leaven: self-rising pancake flour. [1860-65, Amer.] * * *
self-rising flour
☆ self-rising flour [self′rī′ziŋ ] n. flour that has salt and baking powder mixed in so that it will rise in baking * * *
self-risingflour
self-ris·ing flour (sĕlfʹrīʹzĭng) n. A commercially produced mixture of flour and leavening. * * *
self-roofed
adj. * * *
self-ruin
n. * * *
self-ruined
adj. * * *
self-rule
n. * * *
self-sacrifice
—self-sacrificer, n. —self-sacrificial /self"sak'reuh fish"euhl, self'-/, adj. —self-sacrificing, adj. —self-sacrificingly, adv. —self-sacrificingness, ...
self-sacrificing
See self-sacrifice. * * *
self-safety
n. * * *
self-satisfaction
/self"sat'is fak"sheuhn/, n. a usually smug satisfaction with oneself, one's achievements, etc. [1785-95] * * *
self-satisfied
/self"sat"is fuyd', self'-/, adj. feeling or showing satisfaction with oneself. [1725-35] Syn. complacent, smug, vain, puffed-up. * * *
self-satisfying
/self'sat"is fuy'ing, self"-/, adj. effecting satisfaction to oneself. [1665-75] * * *
self-scanned
adj. * * *
self-schooled
adj. * * *
self-schooling
adj., n. * * *
self-scorn
n. * * *
self-scourging
adj. * * *

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