self-love

[ self-luhv ]SEE DEFINITION OF self-love

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Well, to tell the truth, I was not, and the truth is better than self-love.

It is self-love inflamed to the acute point; conceit, with a hair-trigger.

There are three subjective principles of morals,—sympathy, benevolence, self-love.

You see how self-love keeps us from knowing our own defects of mind and body.

And the only answer was one still more wounding to his self-love.

It was self-love, but self-love ennobled by generous wishes and high ambitions.

How full of self-love are the self-righteous, and how void of the love of God!

This is the preponderating love of ease, a branch of self-love.

This is Self-love;—which leads us to seek our own protection, comfort, and advantage.

Self-love, which prompts him to seek his own ease, interest, or gratification.

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