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Selected Film Awards 1995
▪ Table Golden Globes, awarded in Beverly Hills, Calif., in January 1995 Best drama Forrest Gump (U.S.; director, Robert Zemeckis) ...
Selected filmography of Shakespeare's works
▪ Table Selected filmography of Shakespeare's works film title country of origin production date running time production company director selected notable actors Antony ...
Selected holidays and other observances
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Selected Indexes of World Agricultural and Food Production
▪ Table Selected Indexes of World Agricultural and Food Production (1989-91 = 100)     Total agricultural production   Total food production   Per capita food ...
Selected Indexes of World Agricultural and Food Production, Table
▪ 2001 Table I. Selected Indexes of World Agricultural and Food Production (1989-91 = 100)   Total agricultural production   Total food production   Per capita food ...
Selected Indexes of World Agricultural and Food Production, Table 1
▪ Table (1979-81 = 100) Total agricultural production Total ...
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▪ Table Table I. Selected Indexes of World Agricultural and Food ...
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▪ Table Table I. Selected Indexes of World Agricultural and Food Production (1989-91 = 100)     Total agricultural production   Total food production   Per capita food ...
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▪ Table (1979-81 = 100) Total agricultural production Total ...
Selected infectious and parasitic diseases of animals
▪ Table Selected infectious and parasitic diseases of animals animal(s) affected name(s) of disease nature of disease Diseases of bacterial origin most mammals, ...
Selected International Environmental Agreements
Air Pollution see Convention on Long-Range Transboundary Air Pollution Air Pollution-Nitrogen Oxides see Protocol to the 1979 Convention on Long-Range Transboundary ...
Selected longhair breeds of cats
▪ Table Selected longhair breeds of cats name origin characteristics comments Balinese U.S. long, svelte body; sapphire-blue eyes mutation of Siamese; tail sways when ...
Selected Major World Stock Market Indexes
▪ Table Selected Major World Stock Market Indexes1 2004 range2 Year-end Percent change from Country and Index High Low close 12/31/2003 Argentina, ...
Selected Major World Stock Market Indexes 1
▪ Table Selected Major World Stock Market Indexes1 2005 range2 Year-end Percent change from Country and Index High Low close 12/31/2004 Argentina, ...
Selected Major World Stock Market Indexes 2
▪ Table Selected Major World Stock Market Indexes1 Country and Index 2006 range2  High              Low Year-end close Percent change from ...
Selected Major World Stock Market Indexes 3
▪ Table Selected Major World Stock Market Indexes1 Country and Index 2007 range2  High              Low Year-end close Percent change from ...
Selected Major World Stock Market Indexes 4
▪ Table Selected Major World Stock Market Indexes1 Country and Index    2008 range2    High          Low Year-end close Percent change from ...
Selected Major World Stock Market Indexes 5
▪ Table   Percent   2002 range2 Year-end change from Country and Index High Low close 12/31/2001 Australia, Sydney All Ordinaries 3440 2856 2976 -11 Belgium, Brussels ...
Selected Major World Stock Market Indexes 6
▪ Table   Percent   2003 range2 Year-end change from Country and Index High Low close 12/31/2002 Argentina, Merval 1078 521 1072 104 Australia, Sydney All ...
Selected Major World Stock Market Indexes 7, Table
▪ Table Percent 1995 range{2} Year-end change ...
Selected Major World Stock Market Indexes*, Table
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Selected Major World Stock Market Indexes, Table
▪ 2001 Table V. Selected Major World Stock Market Indexes1 Country and index   2000 range2 High      Low  Year-end close  Percent  change from ...
Selected Major World Stock Market Indexes, Table 1
▪ Table Table VI. Selected Major World Stock Market Indexes1   Country and index 1997 range2  High      Low Year-end  close Percent  change ...
Selected Major World Stock Market Indexes1, Table
▪ Table Table VI. Selected Major World Stock Market Indexes1             Percent   1996 range2  Year-end   change from  Country and ...
Selected mountains of the world
▪ Table Selected mountains of the world height name range location   ft m year first climbed Africa Kilimanjaro (Kibo peak) Tanzania 19,340 5,895 1889 Mt. Kenya ...
Selected phases characteristic of liquid-crystal-forming molecules
▪ Table Selected phases characteristic of liquid-crystal-forming molecules phase order isotropic liquid full continuous translational and rotational ...
Selected physical properties of water
▪ Table Selected physical properties of water molar mass 18.0151 grams per mole melting point 0.00 °C boiling point 100.00 °C maximum density (at 3.98 °C) 1.0000 ...
Selected properties of ceramic nuclear fuels
▪ Table Selected properties of ceramic nuclear fuels* ceramic fuel density (gm/cm3) thermal conductivity (W • m−1 • K−1)** melting point (°C) urania ...
Selected properties of ethyl halides (CH3CH2X)
▪ Table Selected properties of ethyl halides (CH3CH2X) compound halogen (X) carbon- halogen bond distance (Å) dipole moment* bc; ...
Selected shorthair breeds of cats
▪ Table Selected shorthair breeds of cats name origin characteristics comments Abyssinian probably Egypt regal appearance; lithe body with long, slender legs resembles ...
Selected U.S. Stock Market Indexes
▪ Table Selected U.S. Stock Market Indexes1     2001 range2 High    Low Year-end close Percent change from 12/31/00 Dow Jones Averages   30 ...
Selected U.S. Stock Market Indexes, Table
▪ 2001 Table VI. Selected U.S. Stock Market Indexes1   2000 range2 High    Low Year-end close Percent change from 12/31/99 Dow Jones Averages   30 ...
Selected U.S. Stock Market Indexes1, Table
▪ Table Table VII. Selected U.S. Stock Market Indexes1   1996 range2 High     Low Year-end close Percent change from 12/31/95 Dow Jones Averages           30 ...
Selected UNESCO World Heritage sites
▪ Table Selected UNESCO World Heritage sites Africa Asia Australia and Oceania Europe North America South America Africa site* country notes Abomey Benin royal ...
Selected universities and colleges of the world
▪ Table Selected universities and colleges of the world Africa Europe and Russia Asia North America and the Caribbean Australia and Oceania South ...
Selected waterfalls of the world
▪ Table Selected waterfalls of the world (listed in declining order by height and by volume) name river country total height (m) height of greatest uninterrupted leap ...
Selected World Heritage sites in South America
▪ Table Selected World Heritage sites in South America site* country notes South America Arequipa Peru colonial architecture Brasília Brazil urban planning and ...
selectee
/si lek tee"/, n. one selected by draft for service in one of the armed forces. [1935-40, Amer.; SELECT + -EE] * * *
selection
—selectional, adj. /si lek"sheuhn/, n. 1. an act or instance of selecting or the state of being selected; choice. 2. a thing or a number of things selected. 3. an aggregate of ...
selection coefficient
▪ genetics       in genetics, a measure of the relative reduction in the contribution that a particular genotype (genetic composition) makes to the gametes (sex cells) ...
selection rule
Physics. any of several rules designating allowed transitions between quantum states in terms of the quantum numbers associated with the states. * * * ▪ atomic ...
selectionism
See selectionist. * * *
selectionist
se·lec·tion·ist (sĭ-lĕkʹshə-nĭst) adj. also se·lec·tion·al (-shə-nəl) Of or relating to the view that evolution or genetic variation occurs chiefly as a result of ...
selective
—selectively, adv. —selectiveness, n. /si lek"tiv/, adj. 1. having the function or power of selecting; making a selection. 2. characterized by selection, esp. fastidious ...
selective service
compulsory military service. [1919] * * *
Selective Service System
the U.S. federal agency that facilitates the mobilization of military forces by requiring the registration of males between the ages of 18 and 26 years. Abbr.: SSS * * *
selective transmission
Auto. a transmission in which the available forward and reverse gears may be engaged in any order, without passing progressively through the different changes of gear. * * *
selectively
See selective. * * *
selectiveness
See selectively. * * *
selectiveservice
selective service n. A system for calling up people for compulsory military service. * * *
selectivity
/si lek tiv"i tee, see'lek-/, n. 1. the state or quality of being selective. 2. Elect. the property of a circuit, instrument, or the like, by virtue of which it can distinguish ...
selectman
/si lekt"meuhn/, n., pl. selectmen. (in most New England states) one of a board of town officers chosen to manage certain public affairs. [1625-35, Amer.; SELECT (adj.) + -MAN] * ...
selectness
See selectable. * * *
selector
selector [sə lek′tər] n. a person or thing that selects * * * se·lec·tor (sĭ-lĕkʹtər) n. One that selects: the frequency selector of a radio. * * *
selectwoman
se·lect·wom·an (sĭ-lĕktʹwo͝om'ən) n. A woman who is one of a board of town officers chosen annually in New England communities to manage local affairs. * * *
selen-
selen- pref. Variant of seleno-. * * *
Selena
▪ 1996       (SELENA QUINTANILLA PEREZ), U.S.-born Hispanic singer (b. April 16, 1971, Lake Jackson, Texas—d. March 31, 1995, Corpus Christi, Texas), was dubbed the ...
selenate
/sel"euh nayt'/, n. Chem. a salt or ester of selenic acid. [1810-20; SELEN(IC ACID) + -ATE2] * * *
Selene
/si lee"nee/, n. 1. the Greek goddess of the moon. Cf. Thyone. 2. Also, Selena. a female given name. [ < Gk Seléne the moon] * * * Latin Luna In Greek and Roman religion, the ...
Selenga
/sel'eng gah"/, n. a river in N central Asia, flowing E and N through the NW Mongolian People's Republic through the Buryat Autonomous Republic in the SE Russian Federation to ...
Selenga River
River, Mongolia and east-central Russia. It is formed by the confluence of the Ider and Delger rivers and receives the Orhon River at Sühbaatar. It continues north into Russia, ...
selenic
/si lee"nik, -len"ik/, adj. Chem. of or containing selenium, esp. in the hexavalent state. [1810-20; SELEN(IUM) + -IC] * * *
selenic acid
Chem. a crystalline, water-soluble, strong, corrosive, dibasic acid, H2SeO4, resembling sulfuric acid. [1810-20] * * *
selenicacid
selenic acid n. A highly corrosive hygroscopic white solid acid with composition H2SeO4. * * *
selenide
/sel"euh nuyd', -nid/, n. Chem. any compound in which bivalent selenium is combined with a positive element, as potassium selenide, K2Se, or with a group. [1840-50; SELEN(IUM) + ...
seleniferous
/sel'euh nif"euhr euhs/, adj. containing or yielding selenium. [1815-25; SELEN(IUM) + -I- + -FEROUS] * * *
selenious
/si lee"nee euhs/, adj. Chem. containing tetravalent or bivalent selenium. Also, selenous. [1825-35; SELENI(UM) + -OUS] * * *
selenious acid
Chem. a colorless, crystalline, water-soluble, poisonous powder, H2SeO3, used chiefly as a reagent. [1825-35] * * *
selenite
—selenitic /sel'euh nit"ik/, selenitical, adj. /sel"euh nuyt', si lee"nuyt/, n. 1. Mineral. a variety of gypsum, found in transparent crystals and foliated masses. 2. Chem. a ...
selenium
/si lee"nee euhm/, n. Chem. a nonmetallic element chemically resembling sulfur and tellurium, occurring in several allotropic forms, as crystalline and amorphous, and having an ...
selenium cell
Elect. a photovoltaic cell consisting of a thin strip of selenium placed between two metal electrodes. [1875-80] * * * ▪ device       photoelectric device used to ...
selenium rectifier
a rectifier consisting of laminated plates of metal, usually iron, that have been coated with selenium on one side, with rectification taking place because the flow of electrons ...
seleniumcell
selenium cell n. A photoconductive cell consisting of an insulated selenium strip between two suitable electrodes. * * *
seleno-
a combining form meaning "moon," used in the formation of compound words: selenography. [comb. form repr. Gk seléne] * * *
selenocentric
/si lee'neuh sen"trik/, adj. Astron. 1. having the moon as its center. 2. of or pertaining to the center of the moon. [1850-55; SELENO- + -CENTRIC, modeled on GEOCENTRIC] * * *
selenodesy
—selenodesist, n. /sel'euh nod"euh see/, n. the branch of astronomy that deals with the measurement of the moon's surface and its gravitational field. [1960-65; SELENO- + ...
selenodont
—selenodonty, n. /si lee"neuh dont'/, adj. having molar teeth with crowns formed of crescent-shaped cusps. [1880-85; SELEN(O)- + -ODONT] * * *
selenographer
See selenography. * * *
selenographic
See selenographer. * * *
selenographical
See selenographer. * * *
selenographically
See selenographer. * * *
selenographist
See selenographer. * * *
selenography
—selenographer, n. —selenographic /si lee'neuh graf"ik/, adj. /sel'euh nog"reuh fee/, n. the branch of astronomy that deals with the charting of the moon's surface. [1640-50; ...
selenological
See selenology. * * *
selenologist
See selenological. * * *
selenology
—selenological /seuh leen'l oj"i keuhl/, adj. —selenologist, n. /sel'euh nol"euh jee/, n. the branch of astronomy that deals with the nature and origin of the physical ...
selenosis
sel·e·no·sis (sĕl'ə-nōʹsĭs) n. Poisoning, especially of livestock, caused by ingesting selenium found in some plants, in the soil, or in some microorganisms. * * *
selenotropism
—selenotropic /seuh lee'neuh trop"ik, -troh"pik, sel'euh noh-/, adj. /si lee'neuh troh"piz euhm, sel'euh noh-/, n. Biol. growth in response to moonlight. [1880-85; SELENO- + ...
selenous
/seuh lee"neuhs, sel"euh-/, adj. Chem. selenious. * * *
selenous acid
selenous acid n. a colorless, transparent, crystalline powder, H2SeO3, soluble in water and used as a reagent: also selenious acid * * *
Seler
/zay"leuhrdd/, n. Eduard /ay"dooh ahrddt'/, 1859-1922, German archaeologist: first to decipher Mayan calendar and inscriptions. * * *
Seles
(1973– ) a US tennis player, born in Yugoslavia. In 1991 she became the youngest woman ever to hold the position of Number 1 in international tennis. She has won the French ...
Seles, Monica
born Dec. 2, 1973, Novi Sad, Yugos. Yugoslav-U.S. tennis player. She went to the U.S. to train in 1985. She developed quickly and became one of the dominant women stars of the ...
Seles,Monica
Sel·es (sĕlʹəs), Monica. Born 1973. Yugoslavian-born American tennis player who between 1990 and 1993 won eight Grand Slam championships. She returned to tennis in 1995 ...
Seleucia
/si looh"sheuh/, n. 1. an ancient city in Iraq, on the Tigris River: capital of the Seleucid empire. 2. an ancient city in Asia Minor, near the mouth of the Orontes River: the ...
Seleucia on the Tigris
Ancient city, on the Tigris River, central Iraq. Founded by Seleucus I Nicator in the late 4th century BC as his eastern capital, it replaced Babylon as Mesopotamia's leading ...
Seleucia Pieria
▪ ancient city, Turkey Greek  Seleukeia,         in ancient Syria, port of Antioch and frontier fortress on the Cilician border (near modern Samandağ, Turkey), 4 ...
Seleucia Tracheotis
▪ ancient city, Turkey Greek  Seleukeia        city in Cilicia (in present-day southern Turkey), on the Calycadnus River (modern Goksu Nehri), a few miles from that ...
Seleucid
/si looh"sid/, n., pl. Seleucidae /-si dee'/, adj. n. 1. a member of a Macedonian dynasty, 312-64 B.C., that ruled an empire that included much of Asia Minor, Syria, Persia, ...
Seleucid dynasty
Macedonian Greek dynasty (312–64 BC) founded by Seleucus I Nicator. Carved from the empire of Alexander the Great, the Seleucid domain stretched from Thrace to the border of ...
Seleucid kingdom
▪ ancient empire, Eurasia       (312–64 BC), an ancient empire that at its greatest extent stretched from Thrace in Europe to the border of India. It was carved out of ...
Seleucidan
/si looh"si dn/, adj. Seleucid. [1795-1805; SELEUCID + -AN] * * *
Seleucus
/si looh"keuhs/, n. a crater in the second quadrant of the face of the moon: about 32 miles (51.2 km) in diameter. * * *
Seleucus I
(Seleucus Nicator) 358?-281? B.C., Macedonian general under Alexander the Great: founder of the Seleucid dynasty. * * *
Seleucus I Nicator
born с 358, Europus, Macedonia died August/September 281 BC, near Lysimachia, Thrace Macedonian army officer, founder of the Seleucid dynasty. After the death of Alexander the ...
Seleucus II Callinicus
(Latin; "Gloriously Victorious") born с 265 died 225 BC Fourth king (r. 246–225) of the Seleucid dynasty. He became ruler when his mother poisoned his father, Antiochus II, ...
Seleucus III, Soter
▪ Seleucid ruler died 223 BC       fifth king (reigned 225–223 BC) of the Seleucid dynasty, elder son of Seleucus II Callinicus.       Seleucus took up the ...
Seleucus IV Philopator
▪ Seleucid ruler born c. 217 BC died 175 BC       seventh king (reigned 187–175 BC) of the Seleucid dynasty, son of Antiochus III the Great.       Although ...
SeleucusI
Se·leu·cus I (sĭ-lo͞oʹkəs), 358?-281B.C. Macedonian general under Alexander the Great. He founded and ruled (312-281) the Seleucid dynasty after Alexander's death. * * *
self
/self/, n., pl. selves, adj., pron., pl. selves, v. n. 1. a person or thing referred to with respect to complete individuality: one's own self. 2. a person's nature, character, ...
self
/self/, n., pl. selves, adj., pron., pl. selves, v. n. 1. a person or thing referred to with respect to complete individuality: one's own self. 2. a person's nature, character, ...
self-
a combining form of self and variously used with the meanings "of the self" (self-analysis) and "by oneself or itself" (self-appointed); and with the meanings "to, with, toward, ...
self-abandoned
self-a·ban·doned (sĕlf'ə-bănʹdənd) adj. Lacking self-restraint, especially having completely yielded to one's impulses.   self'-a·banʹdon·ment n. * * *
self-abandonment
/self"euh ban"deuhn meuhnt/, n. absence or lack of personal restraint. Also, self-abandon. [1810-20] * * *
self-abasement
/self"euh bays"meuhnt, self'-/, n. humiliation of oneself, esp. as a result of guilt, shame, or the like. [1650-60] * * *
self-abnegating
See self-abnegation. * * *
self-abnegation
—self-abnegating, adj. /self"ab'ni gay"sheuhn/, n. self-denial or self-sacrifice. [1650-60] * * *
self-absorbed
/self"ab sawrbd", -zawrbd", self'-/, adj. preoccupied with one's thoughts, interests, etc. [1840-50] * * *
self-absorption
/self"ab sawrp"sheuhn, -zawrp"-, self'-/, n. preoccupation with oneself or one's own affairs. [1860-65] * * *
self-abuse
/self"euh byoohs", self'-/, n. 1. reproach or blame of oneself. 2. abuse of one's health. 3. masturbation. [1595-1605] * * *
self-access courses
➡ adult education * * *
self-accusative
adj. * * *
self-accusatory
adj. * * *
self-accused
adj. * * *
self-accuser
n. * * *
self-accusing
adj. * * *
self-acquired
adj. * * *
self-acting
—self-action, n. /self"ak"ting/, adj. acting by itself; automatic. [1670-80] * * *
self-actualization
/self"ak'chooh euh leuh zay"sheuhn, self'ak-/, n. Psychol. the achievement of one's full potential through creativity, independence, spontaneity, and a grasp of the real ...
self-actualize
—self-actualizer, n. /self"ak"chooh euh luyz', self'-/, v.i., self-actualized, self-actualizing. to undergo self-actualization. Also, esp. Brit., self-actualise. * * *
self-actualizer
See self-actualization. * * *
self-actuating
adj. * * *
self-addressed
/self"euh drest"/, adj. addressed for return to the sender. [1840-50] * * *
self-adhesive
/self"ad hee"siv/, adj. having a side or surface coated with an adhesive substance to permit sticking without glue, paste, or the like: a self-adhesive label; self-adhesive ...
self-adjusting
adj. * * *
self-adjustment
/self"euh just"meuhnt, self'-/, n. 1. adjustment of oneself or itself, as to the environment. 2. the process of resolving one's problems or reactions to stress without outside ...
self-admiring
adj. * * *
self-admitted
—self-admittedly, adv. /self"ad mit"id/ adj. admitting to a specific charge or accusation; self-confessed: a self-admitted spy. * * *
self-adorning
adj. * * *
self-adulatory
adj. * * *
self-advertising
adj., n. * * *
self-afflicting
adj. * * *
self-affrighted
adj. * * *
self-aggrandizement
—self-aggrandizing /self"euh gran"duy zing/, adj. /self"euh gran"diz meuhnt, self'-/, n. increase of one's own power, wealth, etc., usually aggressively. [1790-1800] * * *
self-aggrandizing
See self-aggrandizement. * * *
self-aligning
adj. * * *
self-alining
adj. * * *
self-analysis
—self-analytical /self"an'l it"i keuhl, self'-/, adj. /self"euh nal"euh sis, self'-/, n. the application of psychoanalytic techniques and theories to an analysis of one's own ...
self-analytic
See self-analytical. * * *
self-analytical
See self-analysis. * * *
self-analyzed
/self'an"l uyzd'/, adj. having undergone self-analysis. * * *
self-annihilation
/self"euh nuy'euh lay"sheuhn, self'-/, n. 1. self-destruction; suicide. 2. surrender, abnegation, or immolation of the self in mystic contemplation of or union with ...
self-annulling
adj. * * *
self-anointed
adj. * * *
self-antigen
/self"an"ti jeuhn, -jen'/, n. Immunol. autoantigen. Also, self antigen. [1970-75] * * *
self-apparent
adj. * * *
self-applauding
adj. * * *
self-appointed
—self-appointment, n. /self"euh poyn"tid/, adj. chosen by oneself to act in a certain capacity or to fulfill a certain function, esp. pompously or self-righteously: a ...
self-approved
adj. * * *
self-approving
adj. * * *
self-assembly
n., pl. self-assemblies. * * *
self-asserting
self-as·sert·ing (sĕlf'ə-sûrʹtĭng) adj. 1. Asserting oneself or one's own rights or views. 2. a. Self-confident. b. Overbearing; arrogant. * * *
self-assertion
—self-asserting, adj. —self-assertingly, adv. —self-assertive, adj. —self-assertively, adv. —self-assertiveness, n. /self"euh serr"sheuhn, self'-/, n. insistence on or ...
self-assertive
See self-assertion. * * *
self-assertively
See self-assertive. * * *
self-assertiveness
See self-assertive. * * *
self-assigned
adj. * * *
self-assumed
adj. * * *
self-assuming
adj. * * *
self-assurance
/self"euh shoor"euhns, self'-/, n. self-confidence. [1585-95] * * *
self-assured
—self-assuredness /self"euh shoor"id nis/, n. /self"euh shoord"/, adj. self-confident. [1705-15] Syn. assured, confident, cocky, positive. * * *
self-authorized
adj. * * *
self-avowed
adj. * * *
self-aware
adj.; self-awareness, n. * * *
self-awareness
self-awareness [selfə wer′nəs] n. awareness of oneself as an individual, esp. as a worthwhile person * * * See self-aware. * * *
self-balanced
adj. * * *
self-banished
adj. * * *
self-basting
self-bast·ing (sĕlfʹbāʹstĭng) adj. Prepared so as to remain moist while being cooked: a self-basting turkey. * * *
self-begotten
adj. * * *
self-benefit
n. * * *
self-benefiting
adj. * * *
self-betraying
adj. * * *
self-bias
/self'buy"euhs/, n. Electronics. voltage developed on an electrode in a vacuum tube circuit as a result of current flowing through a resistor in a lead to the cathode or to a ...
self-binder
/self"buyn"deuhr/, n. Agric. binder (def. 5b). [1880-85, Amer.] * * *
self-blame
n. * * *
self-blinded
adj. * * *
self-born
adj. * * *
self-canceled
adj. * * *
self-cancelled
adj. * * *
self-care
/self"kair"/, n. care of the self without medical or other professional consultation. * * *
self-caused
adj. * * *
self-centered
—selfcenteredly, adv. —selfcenteredness, n. /self"sen"teuhrd/, adj. 1. concerned solely or chiefly with one's own interests, welfare, etc.; engrossed in self; selfish; ...
self-centeredly
See self-centered. * * *
self-centeredness
See self-centeredly. * * *
self-changing
adj., n. * * *
self-charging
adj. * * *
self-chastise
v.t., self-chastised, self-chastising. * * *
self-cleaning
adj. * * *
self-closing
adj. * * *
self-cocker
n. * * *
self-cocking
adj. * * *
self-collected
—self-collectedness, n. /self"keuh lek"tid, self'-/, adj. having or showing self-control; composed; self-possessed. [1705-15] * * *
self-colored
/self"kul"euhrd, self'-/, adj. 1. of one color. 2. of the natural color. Also, esp. Brit., self-coloured. [1750-60] * * *
self-combating
adj. * * *
self-command
/self"keuh mand", -mahnd", self'-/, n. self-control. [1690-1700] * * *
self-committing
adj. * * *
self-communing
adj. * * *
self-compatibility
See self-compatible. * * *
self-compatible
self-com·pat·i·ble (sĕlfʹkəm-pătʹə-bəl) adj. Botany Capable of self-fertilization.   selfʹ-com·pat'i·bilʹi·ty n. * * *

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