self-sufficient

[ self-suh-fish-uh nt, self- ]SEE DEFINITION OF self-sufficient
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Even his ways of sitting and standing provoke me, they are so self-sufficient.

He was a corpulent, florid man, purse-proud, and self-sufficient.

They were so free, so untrammelled and self-sufficient; yes, and so barbarous, too.

A structure as huge and complex as this had to be self-sufficient.

He looked pretty much like a self-sufficient, self-contained adult.

He was so smug, so self-sufficient—she wanted to stick a pin into him.

I am one of the few people in the world who are self-sufficient.

We imagine that negation, like affirmation, is self-sufficient.

The organism must either depend on his environment, or be self-sufficient.

Through the self-sufficient Jewish theologian the command is addressed to us.

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