[ US /ˌsɛɫfɪksˈpɹɛʃən/ ]
- the expression of one's individuality (usually through creative activities)
How To Use self-expression In A Sentence
- Corporate dress codes don't give workers much room for self-expression.
- I am not talking about too much authentic, unabashed, festive, bodacious self-expression - goodness knows there's too little of that going around.
- Our compliance will consequently depend to some extent on the opportunities for self-expression through conventional avenues.
- In 19th-century New Zealand, where female self-expression, like civilization, is postulated as still being on the brink of formation, Ada's muteness is set forth as a kind of inexact metaphor for the repression of women -- an oddity and an encumbrance, like her enormous hoopskirts, but still a fact of life. Chicago Reader
- Self-expression and individuality are the greatest weapons against tyranny.
- Drama, of course, is an important means of self-expression. SAMSON SUPERSLUG
- A child in the 1960s encountered philosophies of immense freedom and self-expression.
- Art was not simply for enjoyment or self-expression but a means of passing on ideas and values that had complex social significance.
- And this sort of self-expression does not require alternative possibilities.
- Her work is so much more about self-expression in an unmediated way than the artists you're bringing up.