self-examination

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NOUN
  1. the contemplation of your own thoughts and desires and conduct
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How To Use self-examination In A Sentence

  • Examples include household recycling, voting, and health-related behaviours such as breast self-examination and exercise.
  • His probing questions will lead all but the most hardened listeners to self-examination. Christianity Today
  • I recommend that women establish a regular monthly routine of breast self-examination.
  • The reason it became incapable of doing this is because it wielded largely unchallenged power for a very long time and did not have to practice self-examination as a result.
  • Clinical studies that evaluated breast self-examination were included in the review.
  • His thoroughgoing Puritanism meant that he constantly subjected himself to self-examination.
  • A year and a half ago a study came out suggesting that breast self-examination was useless.
  • But whether you do it once or adopt self-examination as a regular practice, it can be an enormously enlightening and exciting experience. Alternative Health Care for Women
  • Failure of any kind should be a stimulus for self-examination that ultimately suggests alternative approaches.
  • There is a sense that what we are watching, for all its painfulness, has less to do with self-examination than self-advertisement.
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