self-supporting

ADJECTIVE
  1. financially independent
    now that my children are self-supporting
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How To Use self-supporting In A Sentence

  • That's why I've come up with my own solution to make this little corner of the page self-supporting.
  • Canterbury was self-governing, self-supporting and self-reliant.
  • The notion of improving the condition of the poor had not yet dawned on the mind of the governing class; to make the artizan and the operative self-supporting and self-respectful was a movement not merely unformulated, but a conception beyond the parturient faculty of a member of the Jacquerie. Old Cookery Books and Ancient Cuisine
  • A well defined form According to my dictionary, a tree can be any perennial plant having a self-supporting woody main stem.
  • Originally North Dalton was a self-supporting agricultural village with farming being the only means of employment.
  • The rainforest is a self-supporting ecosystem.
  • Such a cost-benefit ratio lends weight to the proposition that, in many cases, infrastructure can be self-supporting, generating its own land value revenue source.
  • The remaining one-third of Pomeranian farmers had rather larger self-supporting farms and enjoyed a reasonable degree of comfort.
  • All that said, there's a remarkable string of musicals - especially from the 1940s onward - that feature independent, self-supporting women.
  • `Anyway, there I was in my own pad, self-supporting and self-reliant at last. THE PRESIDENT'S CHILD
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