self-sustained

[ self-suh-stey-ning, self- ]SEE DEFINITION OF self-sustained

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There were tears in her eyes at the end, but she was calm and self-sustained enough.

Few women are so self-reliant, self-sustained, self-centered.

She dies, as she lived, self-sustained and equal to all emergencies.

We know that our own existence is not self-originated or self-sustained.

The science of the present day is self-developed and self-sustained.

The One breathed calmly, self-sustained; naught else beyond it lay.

Each was arrogant and self-sustained, and each thoroughly and admiringly in love with the other.

Calamity had made me desperate; yet I was outwardly calm and self-sustained.

Art is therefore not only self-sustained, but lofty and unselfish.

The farmer, too, is not independent and self-sustained, but is at the mercy of many masters.

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