self-sufficing

[ self-suh-fish-uh nt, self- ]SEE DEFINITION OF self-sufficing
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Oh, that the might of Man's majestic will were self-sufficing!

But, like most twins, they were self-sufficing; besides, they were several years older.

She was a curious girl, he thought, to be so pretty and well-dressed, and yet so self-sufficing.

Then again, monasticism was, as we have seen, intended to be self-sufficing.

Yes, I thought that my own brain and will were self-sufficing, that I was wiser than you all.

But he was a quiet, self-sufficing youth, and was rarely to be seen in public.

He vows himself to a self-sufficing pagan worship of nature.

They are boasting to-day that as a nation they are self-sufficing and self-supporting.

Up to that moment he had believed himself to be firm: he was self-sufficing.

Your reason tells you that woman is independent, self-sufficing.

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