self-explanatory

[ self-ik-splan-uh-tawr-ee, -tohr-ee, self- ]SEE DEFINITION OF self-explanatory

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Then there is a "two-day stand" and a "one-night stand," which are self-explanatory.

The second method of committing the slicing sin is self-explanatory.

Not a bad-looking woman, of a sort, but not self-explanatory.

In our economic experience, no more than elsewhere, is satisfaction an ultimate and self-explanatory term.

The name is self-explanatory and suggests a well-colored meerschaum.

This is indicated in Fig. 11, which, otherwise, is self-explanatory.

I think that Cadigan Exhibits Nos. 16, 17, and 18 are self-explanatory.

To a statesman of Hanley's astuteness, the largeness of Livingstone's contribution to the campaign fund was self-explanatory.

The subsequent reductions of the equations, as they appear in the figure for four zones, are self-explanatory.

He was a short, sallow, delicate-looking young fellow with self-explanatory puffs under his somewhat prominent eyes.

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1813, from self- + explanatory.

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