self-governed

[ self-guhv-ernd, self- ]SEE DEFINITION OF self-governed
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And it is self-erected, self-governed, independent, and irresponsible.

That such churches should be self-governed followed almost as a matter of course.

His passing mania seemed to have burnt out all his impetuosity, leaving him singularly sober, calm, and self-governed.

Similarly the right to vote in a self-governed country meant many a mile in the upward evolution of mankind.

Rapt in reverential awe, To sit, self-governed in the fiery prime Of youth, obedient at the feet of law.

Whenever there is a self-governed soul, there is a happy blending of the authority of reason with the force of appetite.

A West Indian self-governed Dominion is possible only with a full negro vote.

The Company was self-governed from its commencement in 1695, and the disintegration seems to have begun in the next season.

The foundations of a self-governed society on a great scale are laid in leading instincts.

If Ireland were an independent state, or even a self-governed British colony, things would right themselves.

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