self-appointed

ADJECTIVE
  1. designated or chosen by yourself
    a self-appointed guardian of public morals
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How To Use self-appointed In A Sentence

  • As grown-ups we are able to exercise choice. These self-appointed moral guardians seem to think they have the right to ban that choice.
  • The western leaders confidently pose as self-appointed custodians of democracy, an expedient ploy to win over public opinion.
  • Charles's self-appointed role on these occasions was to look for any guardsman who swayed in the heat and then report them to their officers.
  • But, typically, more than a few self-appointed culture mavens and media snobs were snickering under their breath.
  • Indeed, a self-appointed kahuna, described a kahuna as a spiritual teacher who acts as a bridge between the spiritual and the material world and is also an expert in his field.
  • These publicity-seeking, self-appointed guardians of our morals have no right to dictate to us what we shall or shall not do.
  • Whenever these self-appointed guardians of alcoholic and architectural merit get involved, an elitist macho tone taints proceedings.
  • The last thing on anyone's mind should be having to deal with a mindless, self-appointed, unaccountable mob holding the country to ransom.
  • Their self-appointed role in life seems to be to treat their spouses as though they were small, mildly irritating but endearing children.
  • There have always been self-appointed experts on the subject, of course.
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