self

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  • Info The self is the subject of one's own experience of phenomena: perception, emotions, thoughts. more...
  • He said, that he could not stand as a self-appointed judge of life and death.
  • The same year her first full-length self-titled album was issued.
  • This was followed the next year with the release of their full length self-titled album.
  • But a big portion were self-employed or involved in family labour.
  • After a few months in London, he began to seem more like his former self again.
  • We were more our real selves perhaps than we will ever be again. Cited from Mary Wollaston, by Henry Kitchell Webster
  • In the film, he plays a self-help doctor, which was written specifically for him.
  • Several wanted a strong state army for self-defense.
  • He was largely self-educated, and began to draw at age ten.
  • For certain anything you say to me is just between our two selves. Cited from Deadham Hard, by Lucas Malet
  • We cannot give anything to this age of more value than our own selves. Cited from The Crucifixion of Philip Strong, by Charles M. Sheldon
  • I have heard something in my time about rising upon our dead selves. Cited from Confessions of Boyhood, by John Albee
  • People are not able to know anything about God except through this self-revelation.
  • The world would be good if people would learn to keep their better selves. Cited from The Log School-House on the Columbia, by Hezekiah Butterworth
  • They had enthusiasm and self-confidence after the national victory in the world war.
  • Only in Northern Ireland is self-defence still accepted as a reason.
  • Efforts should be taken to prevent further self-injury.
  • Guns may be acquired for self-defense, hunting or sports activities only.
  • So far, no word as to their two selves had passed their lips. Cited from The Cinema Murder, by E. Phillips Oppenheim
  • It is run by an executive committee and has been granted a charter of self-rule.
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Synonyms of self

Meaning of self

  • noun Your consciousness of your own identity
  • noun A person considered as a unique individual
    one's own self
  • adjective (used as a combining form) relating to--of or by or to or from or for--the self
    self-knowledge, self-proclaimed, self-induced