self-reliance[ self-ri-lahy-uh ns, self- ]SEE DEFINITION OF self-reliance
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR SELF-RELIANCE
Yes--I was returned a man, with the pride and the self-reliance and the heart of a man.
Discontent is the want of self-reliance: it is infirmity of will.
My niece trusts thee, but she is but a girl, with all her self-reliance.
It was there I learned the virtue of self-reliance,—the only real independence.
He was sunburnt; but his countenance was noble and manly, and marked with self-reliance.
She wants the great tonic cure of self-reliance and self-responsibility.
Self-reliance is ours and we must first use it for our own betterment.
Self-reliance had been learnt in the hard school of adversity.
Give a youth wealth, and you only too often destroy all self-reliance which he may possess.
It was here they were given their first lessons in courage and self-reliance.