Self-delation to Self-sacrifice
(Self`-de*la"tion) n. Accusation of one's self. [R.] Milman.
(Self`-de*lu"sion) n. The act of deluding one's self, or the state of being thus deluded.
(Self`-de*ni"al) n. The denial of one's self; forbearing to gratify one's own desires; self- sacrifice.
(Self`-de*ny"ing) a. Refusing to gratify one's self; self-sacrificing. Self`- de*ny"ing*ly,
(Self`-de*pend"ent) a. Dependent on one's self; self-depending; self-reliant.
(Self`-de*pend"ing), a. Depending on one's self.
(Self`-de*praved") a. Corrupted or depraved by one's self. Milton.
(Self`-de*stroy"er) n. One who destroys himself; a suicide.
(Self`-de*struc"tion) n. The destruction of one's self; self-murder; suicide. Milton.
(Self`-de*struc"tive) a. Destroying, or tending to destroy, one's self or itself; rucidal.
(Self`-de*ter`mi*na"tion) n. Determination by one's self; or, determination of one's
acts or states without the necessitating force of motives; applied to the voluntary or activity.
(Self`-de*ter"min*ing) a. Capable of self-determination; as, the self-determining power
(Self`-de*vised") a. Devised by one's self.
(Self`-de*vot"ed) a. Devoted in person, or by one's own will. Hawthorne.
(Self`-de*vote"ment) n. Self- devotion. [R.]
(Self`-de*vo"tion) n. The act of devoting one's self, or the state of being self-devoted; willingness
to sacrifice one's own advantage or happiness for the sake of others; self-sacrifice.
(Self`-de*vour"ing) a. Devouring one's self or itself. Danham.
(Self`-dif*fu"sive) a. Having power to diffuse itself; diffusing itself. Norris.
(Self`-dis"ci*pline) n. Correction or government of one's self for the sake of improvement.
(Self`-dis*trust") n. Want of confidence in one' self; diffidence.
(Self`-ed"u*ca`ted) a. Educated by one's own efforts, without instruction, or without pecuniary
assistance from others.
(Self`-e*lect"ive) a. Having the right of electing one's self, or, as a body, of electing its own
(Self`-en*joy"ment), n. Enjoyment of one's self; self-satisfaction.
(Self`-es*teem") n. The holding a good opinion of one's self; self-complacency.
(Self`-es`ti*ma"tion) n. The act of estimating one's self; self-esteem.
(Self`-ev"i*dence) n. The quality or state of being self-evident. Locke.