self-regulating

[ self-reg-yuh-ley-ting, self- ]SEE DEFINITION OF self-regulating

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The Ambassador was a perfect machine, automatic, self-adjusting, self-regulating.

There is, therefore, in the new method a self-regulating adjustment.

And, unlike all others, it is self-adjusting, self-regulating.

I must have a self-regulating machine attached to my movements,—a portable duster and hat-catcher.

This supplies him with air by a self-regulating apparatus at a pressure corresponding to his depth.

Another subdivision is into hand-regulated and self-regulating lamps.

We know that the body possesses a self-regulating apparatus which keeps the body, when alive, always at a constant temperature.

Thus Nature gradually improves her various breeds through the continued action of a self-regulating mechanism.

The manner in which this self-regulating system worked was amusing, and Rosalind Torrington stood by, and enjoyed it greatly.

It is known as the "solid-wheel, self-regulating pattern," and was invented about seventeen years ago.

WORD ORIGIN

1837, from self- + present participle of regulate (v.).

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