self-enclosed

ADJECTIVE
  1. of self-imposed enclosure or confinement
    a self-enclosed Jewish cosmos
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How To Use self-enclosed In A Sentence

  • A bulb either is self-enclosed or an envelope sealed by a window or lens covering the chamber aperture.
  • Communication is each monadic individual reaching beyond the limits of their self-enclosed individual existence of I = I.
  • In brief and limpid episodes French director Alain Cavalier bares the masochism, eroticism, and purity at the heart of Therese's self-enclosed crusade.
  • Sirk's is a popular cinema fashioned with exquisite taste during what we now know as the twilight of Hollywood's self-enclosed grandeur.
  • If, then, not standing away from itself, not distributed by part, not taking the slightest change, it is to be in many things while remaining a self-concentrated entire, there is some way in which it has multipresence; it is at once self-enclosed and not so: the only way is to recognise that while this principle itself is not lodged in anything, all other things participate in it — all that are apt and in the measure of their aptitude. The Six Enneads.
  • a self-enclosed Jewish cosmos
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