self-explanatory

ADJECTIVE
  1. needing no explanation
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How To Use self-explanatory In A Sentence

  • The author has used simple language and self-explanatory illustrations throughout the text.
  • Hands on hips is a rather self-explanatory gesture.
  • For repression the most obvious and self-explanatory mechanism is steric hindrance.
  • That same Cyprian reflex would remain *minyu in Etruscan to yield Latin minium which is self-explanatory. A Minoan word for red dye
  • As we can see, a rule like this in Minoan is minor and self-explanatory if there is only /n/ allowed in syllable codae, even more so if there is no phonemic contrast between a vowel-plus-nasal sequence and a nasalized vowel, whereas the same rule in Mycenaean produces the orthographic train wreck with which specialists must struggle. Archive 2009-11-01
  • But I had a feeling this was going to be one of those self-explanatory columns—that I was but a conduit to bring the teen idol and his fans ever slightly closer together, or at least that I was an innocent shill, a cog in the Someday perfume and matching lotion and hair spray merchandizing machinery. Some Kid Named Justin
  • “The name is self-explanatory, I would have thought.” Antony and Cleopatra
  • Schwartz and Southern also constructed four self-explanatory subtypes of cybersex addiction (i.e., male cybersex addicts, female cybersex addicts, loner cybersex addicts, paraphiliac cybersex addicts).
  • The Dutch duo return with a rather self-explanatory title.
  • The word impromptu is sufficiently self-explanatory, but it needs to be pointed out that this work of The Pianolist A Guide for Pianola Players
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