self-respect[ self-ri-spekt, self- ]SEE DEFINITION OF self-respect
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR SELF-RESPECT
It was becoming certain that their self-respect was awakened.
God acts out of moral obligation, out of self-respect, out of love.
And this we must not say to each other even now, by all the bonds of mutual honor and self-respect.
In politics one afflicted with self-respect and addicted to the vice of independence.
Doubtless the self-respect of the woman was in no way wounded by the master's recoil.
His self-respect must be restored by superiority over somebody.
He had lost largely in self-respect as well as in the respect of friends.
The gentleman is eminently distinguished for his self-respect.
The last fragment of self-respect, of bravado even, was in tatters.
He was fast losing all self-respect, and would willingly have begged.
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