self-reliance

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NOUN
  1. personal independence
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How To Use self-reliance In A Sentence

  • As time proceeds she acquires a group of racially and ethnically mixed friends and acts with courage and self-reliance.
  • In Being and Time, Heidegger carried Emersonian subjectivity and self-reliance to a point of new extremity.
  • The Natural Child cautions against practices like ignoring a baby's cries to foster self-reliance or having the baby sleep in a separate room.
  • Support groups promote this sense of responsibility and self-reliance. Coping with Angina
  • Through self-reliance and self-discipline, the child is inspired to embark on a voyage of self-discovery.
  • The opposite of victims, second wave feminists audaciously did something and, in the frontier spirit of American self-reliance, claimed responsibility for their own lives and happiness. Pamela Haag, Ph.D.: Remember When Liberals Were Feminists?
  • It is one of the extraordinary anomalies of the system, that combined with these principles of self-reliance and perfectibility, Buddhism has incorporated to a certain extent the doctrine of fate or "necessity," under which it demonstrates that adverse events are the general results of _akusala_ or moral demerit in some previous stage of existence. Ceylon; an Account of the Island Physical, Historical, and Topographical with Notices of Its Natural History, Antiquities and Productions, Volume 1 (of 2)
  • As individuals, as communities and as the nation we should adopt an attitude of self-reliance for social upliftment and advancement.
  • Often spouses aren't eager to relinquish their newly acquired skills of independence and self-reliance.
  • There is nothing like self-improvement and self-reliance.
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