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self-complacency
See self-complacent. * * *
self-complacent
—self-complacence, self-complacency, n. —self-complacently, adv. /self"keuhm play"seuhnt, self'-/, adj. pleased with oneself; self-satisfied; smug. [1755-65] * * *
self-complacently
See self-complacency. * * *
self-composed
—self-composedly /self"keuhm poh"zid lee, self'-/, adv. —self-composedness, n. /self"keuhm pohzd", self'-/, adj. being or appearing to be composed; calm. [1930-35] * * *
self-conceit
—self-conceited, adj. —self-conceitedly, adv. —self-conceitedness, n. /self"keuhn seet", self'-/, n. an excessively favorable opinion of oneself, one's abilities, etc.; ...
self-concept
/self"kon"sept, self'-/, n. the idea or mental image one has of oneself and one's strengths, weaknesses, status, etc.; self-image. [1920-25] * * *
self-conception
self-con·cep·tion (sĕlf'kən-sĕpʹshən) n. Self-concept. * * *
self-concern
n. * * *
self-concerned
See self-concern. * * *
self-condemned
adj. * * *
self-condemning
adj. * * *
self-confessed
/self"keuhn fest", self'-/, adj. openly admitting to being a type of person with a particular quality, habit, character, etc.: He's a self-confessed gambler. [1915-20] * * *
self-confidence
—self-confident, adj. —self-confidently, adv. /self'kon"fi deuhns, self"-/, n. 1. realistic confidence in one's own judgment, ability, power, etc. 2. excessive or inflated ...
self-confident
See self-confidence. * * *
self-confidently
See self-confident. * * *
self-confining
adj. * * *
self-congratulation
—self-congratulatory /self"keuhn grach"euh leuh tawr'ee, -tohr'ee/, or, often, /-graj"-, -keuhng-, self'-/, adj. —self-congratulating, adj. /self"keuhn grach'euh lay"sheuhn/, ...
self-congratulatory
See self-congratulation. * * *
self-conscious
—self-consciously, adv. —self-consciousness, n. /self"kon"sheuhs, self'-/, adj. 1. excessively aware of being observed by others. 2. conscious of oneself or one's own ...
self-consciously
See self-conscious. * * *
self-consciousness
See self-consciously. * * *
self-consecration
/self"kon si kray"sheuhn/, n. the act of setting oneself to a task or vocation without ordination by others or by a religious body. * * *
self-consequence
/self"kon"si kweuhns, self'-/, n. self-important character or quality; self-importance. [1770-80] * * *
self-conserving
adj. * * *
self-consistent
—self-consistency, n. —self-consistently, adv. /self"keuhn sis"teuhnt, self'-/, n. consistent with oneself or itself. [1675-85] * * *
self-consoling
adj. * * *
self-consuming
adj. * * *
self-contained
—self-containedly /self"keuhn tay"nid lee, self'-/, adv. —self-containedness, n. /self"keuhn taynd", self'-/, adj. 1. containing in oneself or itself all that is necessary; ...
self-containment
/self"keuhn tayn"meuhnt, self'-/, n. the state of being self-contained. [1840-50] * * *
self-contemplation
/self"kon'teuhm play"sheuhn, self'-/, n. the act or process of thinking about oneself or one's values, beliefs, behavior, etc. * * *
self-content
—self-contentedly, adv. —self-contentedness, n. /self"keuhn tent", self'-/, n. 1. satisfaction with oneself; self-complacency. adj. 2. content with oneself; ...
self-contented
self-contented [self′kən tent′id] adj. contented with what one is or has self-content n. self-contentment * * *
self-contentment
self-con·tent·ment (sĕlf'kən-tĕntʹmənt) n. Self-satisfaction; complacency. * * *
self-contradiction
—self-contradicting, adj. —self-contradictory, adj. /self"kon'treuh dik"sheuhn, self'-/, n. 1. an act or instance of contradicting oneself or itself. 2. a statement ...
self-contradictory
See self-contradiction. * * *
self-control
—self-controlled, adj. —self-controlling, adj. /self"keuhn trohl", self'-/, n. control or restraint of oneself or one's actions, feelings, etc. [1705-15] Syn. ...
self-controlled
See self-control. * * *
self-convicted
adj. * * *
self-cooking
adj. * * *
self-correcting
—self-correction, n. /self"keuh rek"ting, self'-/, adj. automatically adjusting to or correcting mistakes, malfunctions, etc.: a self-correcting mechanism. Also, ...
self-corrective
See self-correcting. * * *
self-created
adj. * * *
self-creating
adj. * * *
self-critical
—self-critically, adv. /self'krit"i keuhl, self"-/, adj. 1. capable of criticizing oneself objectively. 2. tending to find fault with one's own actions, motives, etc. * * *
self-critically
See self-critical. * * *
self-criticism
/self'krit"euh siz'euhm, self"-/, n. the act or fact of being self-critical. [1855-60] * * *
self-cruelty
n., pl. self-cruelties. * * *
self-cure
n. * * *
self-cutting
adj. * * *
self-damning
adj. * * *
self-dealing
/self"dee"ling/, n. financial transaction conducted on a personal, nonbusinesslike basis, as lending or borrowing of corporate money by a director. [1935-40] * * *
self-deceit
self-de·ceit (sĕlf'dĭ-sētʹ) n. Self-deception. * * *
self-deceived
/self"di seevd", self'-/, adj. 1. holding an erroneous opinion of oneself, one's own effort, or the like. 2. being mistaken, forming an erroneous judgment, etc., in one's own ...
self-deceiving
/self"di see"ving, self'-/, adj. 1. subject to self-deception; tending to deceive or fool oneself: a self-deceiving person. 2. used in deceiving oneself, esp. in justifying a ...
self-deception
—self-deceptive, adj. /self"di sep"sheuhn, self'-/, n. the act or fact of deceiving oneself. Also called self-deceit /self"di seet", self'-/. [1670-80] * * *
self-deceptive
See self-deception. * * *
self-deceptively
See self-deceptive. * * *
self-dedicated
adj. * * *
self-defeating
/self"di fee"ting, self'-/, adj. serving to frustrate, thwart, etc., one's own intention or interests: His behavior was certainly self-defeating. * * *
self-defense
—self-defensive, adj. /self"di fens", self'-/, n. 1. the act of defending one's person when physically attacked, as by countering blows or overcoming an assailant: the art of ...
Self-Defense Force
Japan's military after World War II. In Article 9 of Japan's postwar constitution, the Japanese renounced war and pledged never to maintain land, sea, or air forces. The ...
self-defensive
See self-defense. * * *
self-defined
adj. * * *
self-defining
adj. * * *
self-deflated
adj. * * *
self-deifying
adj. * * *
self-delight
n. * * *
self-deliverance
/self"di liv"euhr euhns/, n. suicide. [1990-95] * * *
self-delusion
—self-deluded /self"di looh"did, self'-/, adj. —self-deluding, adj. /self"di looh"zheuhn, self'-/, n. the act or fact of deluding oneself. [1625-35] * * *
self-denial
—self-denying, adj. —self-denyingly, adv. /self"di nuy"euhl, self'-/, n. 1. the sacrifice of one's own desires; unselfishness. 2. an act or instance of restraining or curbing ...
self-denying
See self-denial. * * *
self-denyingly
See self-denying. * * *
self-dependent
adj.; self-dependently, adv. * * *
self-depending
adj. * * *
self-depraved
adj. * * *
self-deprecating
—self-deprecatingly, adv. —self-deprecation, n. /self"dep"ri kay'ting, self'-/, adj. belittling or undervaluing oneself; excessively modest. Also, self-deprecatory ...
self-deprecatingly
See self-deprecating. * * *
self-deprecatory
self-dep·re·ca·to·ry (sĕlfʹdĕpʹrĭ-kə-tôr'ē, -tōr'ē) adj. Self-deprecating. * * *
self-depreciating
—self-depreciation, n. /self"di pree"shee ay'ting, self'-/, adj. self-deprecating. Also, self-depreciative. * * *
self-depreciation
self-de·pre·ci·a·tion (sĕlf'dĭ-prē'shē-āʹshən) n. Disparagement or undervaluation of oneself and one's abilities. * * *
self-deprived
adj. * * *
self-depriving
adj. * * *
self-derived
adj. * * *
self-described
adj. * * *
self-deserving
adj. * * *
self-design
n. * * *
self-designation
self-designation [selfdez΄ig nā′shən] n. a name taken for oneself or one's own people * * *
self-desire
n. * * *
self-despair
n. * * *
self-destroyed
adj. * * *
self-destroying
adj. * * *
self-destruct
/self"di strukt"/, v.i. 1. to destroy itself or oneself: The missile is built so that a malfunction will cause it to self-destruct. 2. to cause itself or oneself to reach a state ...
self-destruction
/self"di struk"sheuhn, self'-/, n. 1. the destruction or ruination of oneself or one's life. 2. suicide. [1580-90] * * *
self-destructive
—self-destructively, adv. /self"di struk"tiv, self'-/, adj. 1. harmful, injurious, or destructive to oneself: His constant arguing with the boss shows he's a self-destructive ...
self-destructively
See self-destructive. * * *
self-destructiveness
See self-destructively. * * *
self-detaching
adj. * * *
self-determination
—self-determined, adj. —self-determining, adj. /self"di terr'meuh nay"sheuhn, self'-/, n. 1. determination by oneself or itself, without outside influence. 2. freedom to live ...
self-determined
See self-determination. * * *
self-determining
See self-determined. * * *
self-determinism
/self"di terr"meuh niz'euhm, self'-/, n. Philos. a theory that every present state or condition of the self is a result of previous states or conditions of the self. * * *
self-developing
adj. * * *
self-devised
adj. * * *
self-devotedly
See self-devotion. * * *
self-devotedness
See self-devotedly. * * *
self-devotion
—self-devoted, adj. —self-devotedly, adv. —self-devotedness, n. /self"di voh"sheuhn, self'-/, n. 1. intense devotion of oneself to an activity or to a field or profession, ...
self-devouring
adj. * * *
self-diagnosis
—self-diagnosing, adj. —self-diagnostic /self"duy'euhg nos"tik/, adj. /self"duy'euhg noh"sis/, n., pl. self-diagnoses /-seez/. 1. the diagnosis of one's own malady or ...
self-dialog
n. * * *
self-diffusive
adj.; self-diffusively, adv.; self-diffusiveness, n. * * *
self-dilated
adj. * * *
self-directed
adj. * * *
self-directing
adj. * * *
self-directive
adj. * * *
self-discipline
—self-disciplined, adj. /self'dis"euh plin, self"-/, n. discipline and training of oneself, usually for improvement: Acquiring the habit of promptness requires ...
self-disclosed
adj. * * *
self-discovery
n., pl. self-discoveries. * * *
self-discrepant
adj.; self-discrepantly, adv. * * *
self-disdain
n. * * *
self-disgraced
adj. * * *
self-disgracing
adj. * * *
self-disgust
n. * * *
self-dislike
n. * * *
self-disliked
adj. * * *
self-display
n. * * *
self-displeased
adj. * * *
self-dissecting
adj. * * *
self-disserving
adj. * * *
self-dissolved
adj. * * *
self-distrust
—self-distrustful, adj. —self-distrusting, adj. /self"dis trust", self'-/, n. lack of confidence in oneself, in one's abilities, etc. [1780-90] * * *
self-distrustful
See self-distrust. * * *
self-divided
adj. * * *
self-doomed
adj. * * *
self-doubt
—self-doubting, adj. /self"dowt"/, n. lack of confidence in the reliability of one's own motives, personality, thought, etc. [1840-50] * * *
self-doubting
See self-doubt. * * *
self-dramatizing
—self-dramatization, n. /self'dram"euh tuy'zing, -drah"meuh-, self"-/, adj. exaggerating one's own qualities, role, situation, etc., for dramatic effect or as an ...
self-drawing
n., adj. * * *
self-drive
/self"druyv"/, adj. Chiefly Brit. of, for, designating, or providing a car that is rented for personal use, without a hired driver. [1950-55] * * *
self-driven
/self'driv"euhn, self"-/, adj. (of a machine) containing its own power source, as an engine or motor. [1780-90] * * *
self-ease
n. * * *
self-easing
adj. * * *
self-educated
—self-educating, adj. —self-education, n. /self'ej"oo kay'tid, self"-/, adj. educated by one's own efforts, esp. without formal instruction. [1810-20] * * *
self-education
See self-educated. * * *
self-effacement
—self-effacing, adj. —self-effacingly, adv. —self-effacingness, n. /self"i fays"meuhnt, self'-/, n. the act or fact of keeping oneself in the background, as in ...
self-effacing
self-ef·fac·ing (sĕlf'ĭ-fāʹsĭng) adj. Not drawing attention to oneself; modest.   self'-ef·faceʹment (-fāsʹmənt) n. * * *
self-elaborated
adj. * * *
self-elation
n. * * *
self-elected
adj. * * *
self-emitted
adj. * * *
self-employed
/self"em ployd", self'-/, adj. earning one's living directly from one's own profession or business, as a freelance writer or artist, rather than as an employee earning salary or ...
self-employment
/self"em ploy"meuhnt, self'-/, n. the act or fact of being self-employed. [1735-45] * * *
self-emptying
adj. * * *
self-enamored
adj. * * *
self-enclosed
adj. * * *
self-endearing
adj. * * *
self-energizing
/self'en"euhr juy'zing/, adj. giving rise to energy or power from within itself or oneself; capable of generating energy or power automatically. [1930-35] * * *
self-energy
n. * * *
self-enforcing
—self-enforcement, n. /self"en fawr"sing, -fohr"-/, adj. of or having the capability of enforcement within oneself or itself; self-regulating. [1950-55] * * *
self-engrossed
adj. * * *
self-enriching
adj. * * *
self-erected
adj. * * *
self-escape
n. * * *
self-essence
n. * * *
self-esteem
/self"i steem", self'-/, n. 1. a realistic respect for or favorable impression of oneself; self-respect. 2. an inordinately or exaggeratedly favorable impression of ...
self-evidence
See self-evident. * * *
self-evident
—self-evidence, n. —self-evidently, adv. /self'ev"i deuhnt, self"-/, adj. evident in itself without proof or demonstration; axiomatic. [1665-75] Syn. obvious, ...
self-evidently
See self-evidence. * * *
self-evolved
adj. * * *
self-evolving
adj. * * *
self-exalted
adj. * * *
self-exalting
adj. * * *
self-examination
—self-examining, adj. /self"ig zam'euh nay"sheuhn, self'-/, n. 1. examination into one's own state, conduct, motives, etc. 2. Med. examination of one's body for signs of ...
self-excited
—self-excitation /self"ek'suy tay"sheuhn, -si-/, n. —self-exciter, n. /self"ik suy"tid/, adj. Elect. noting a generator with magnets that are excited by the current it ...

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