self-supporting

[ self-suh-pawrt, -pohrt, self- ]SEE DEFINITION OF self-supporting
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In Labrador these missions are largely, though by no means wholly, self-supporting.

It seems as if a kingdom really could be self-supporting in here.

"I've never seen a self-supporting cat," Miss Thorley laughed.

Isn't it wonderful that George Washington and Solomon are self-supporting?

No matter how decrepit the latter, he has been taught to be independent, self-supporting.

Every one knows that the students of Harlowe House are self-supporting.

These fellows have to be fed, hardy and self-supporting as they are.

The poor may be industrious, self-reliant and self-supporting.

Twenty-five years from to-day the churches will be self-supporting.

I don't know that I even do that very decently, but at any rate I'm self-supporting.

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