56 adjectives to describe « self » | Collocation dictionary
Keyes, who was wearing the exploding lilac necktie that is often a harbinger of one of his "episodes," also took the mayhem as a prompt to express his truestself.
Its riches were stolen long ago, the once-great river is a silted shadow of its formerself, and Silves is now just a dusty backwater, but the glorious setting remains.
You would be hard pressed to argue that Gingrich wants a positiveself-image.
We all feel altruistic toward our own futureselves.
A society governed by politicians without private lives or innerselves is a society governed by madmen or cretins.
Because symptoms are inherently subjective, patientself-report is the gold standard for assessment [ 7 ] .
Self-reported covariates include age, gender, smoking (never or former), history of arthritis, cancer, diabetes, fair or poorself-rated health status, limitations in activities of daily living or in instrumental activities of daily living, and 10 pounds or more unintended weight loss in the year before baseline.
It was instead the comforting spectacle of millions upon millions of Mac users, all imagining they were pursuing "personal creativity and individualself-expression"--and all buying that creativity only from Apple.
America has always had a spiritualself-help literature that reconciles redemption with résumé-building.
Jesus wants to do much more than forgive our sins: He wants to capture our realself - and for us to face who we are.
'He who dwells in the air (vayu), and within the air, whom the air does not know, whose body the air is, and who pulls (rules) the air within, he is thySelf, the puller (ruler) within, the immortal.'
And it becomes poignantly clear that Updike's hero is beginning to die, not just because his physicalself is deteriorating, but because he has a soul, which is shrinking.
Rather, I'd call them syncretists, who draw on the values of both moral obligation and modernself-expression.
The relationships that are formed provide strong foundations from which healthy values and strongself-confidence can grow, helping youth become strong, independent adults of tomorrow.
The annual Christmas poem closes with the wish "may our inmostselves aspire/ to higher things, like Mark McGwire!"
From what I've read of his oeuvre --two books on Diana, this latest one on Monica--he is our poet of femaleself-pity, a man for whom no excuse is suspect, no outrage inexplicable, as long as the explanation is given by a woman who can claim to have been hurt by a man, and as long as the man is a prince or a president.
The goal is not independentself-reliance, but a more internalized sense of dependence on the company.
Compassion arises from our intuitive knowledge that when another suffers we also suffer: Intuitively we know that we are one and Absolute and, though our primary concern is for 'number one', we also feel for our absoluteself which is in others.
When federal interposition occurred, it typically responded to widely publicized episodes of research misconduct, sometimes intertwined with egregious financialself interests of investigators; these episodes legitimately questioned the effectiveness of institutional oversight.
We have 18 superiorself contained fully serviced units including family and studio options.
And we know from this director's Do the Right Thing (1989) that during hot ones the essentialself comes out--the essential self for Lee being hate-filled and destructive.
Many interventions have been successful in increasing condom usage by supplementing condom use education and/or general HIV/AIDS education with training in other areas, such as negotiation skills (how to suggest condom use with a new partner), assertiveness skills (how to resist unwanted sexual advances) and cognitive coping skills (such as sexualself-control) and by improving self-esteem [ 4 5 6 9 12 ] .
"Therefore, as it is thus with lights and things made aware by the consciousself, what doubt can you have regarding abstract consciousness, namely the Self?
The corollary of this reverence is an often underarticulated feeling of generationalself-loathing.
Masculinity, That Fragile Flower JAN. 17 (APE)--The boom in business media is damaging maleself-esteem, a new study shows.
Arrow's uniqueself-centering seat washers.
A fabled taskmaster (her story was told in the 1996 documentary Small Wonders ), Guaspari used music as a way to teach self-discipline--along with the healthyself-respect that follows in its wake.
Fully furnishedself-contained flat in executive style home overlooking beach.
Successfulself-regulation is not merely a judicial process but an application of a mix of judicial and marketing principles.
Are only Westerners capable of perceiving their rationalself-interest and acting on it?
Bay City Motel -14 Spaciousself contained units.
What process is there for the elementalSelf, by which, after leaving this (identity with the elemental body), he obtains union with the (true) Self?'
Civilization is impossible without distinctions drawn between private and public life, and between the inner and the outerself; and 2.
Example: "It is dangerous for an American president to launch a military strike, however justified, at a time when many will conclude he acted only out of narrowself-interest to forestall or postpone his own impeachment" ( Wall Street Journal editorial).
For Kazin, both were no doubt true, for he was able to express multipleselves simultaneously.
Each Brain Supercharger Learning Machine CD uses a specially encoded mind scripting technology that directs thousands of affirmations into your mind to rescript negativeself-defeating beliefs and create positive results in your life.
Channel TV, and resume all vices, since mereself-destruction no longer matters.
To help prevent this we would like you to take an optionalself assessment test online, so that you can get immediate feedback on how well you know the material before the class test.
In an experimental town whose residents pull it up by the roots each morning to see how it is doing, whose central motif is self-inspection, the authors are the professionalself-inspectors, Celebration's original captains of industry.
Twizel - 15 minutes walk a largeself contained loft above our garage which can sleep up to 6 people - more if necessary.
Almost as good are her scenes with Everett, who can't quite transcend his languidself-love enough to make us believe that he once had a thing for her.
Spencer's magnificentself-portrait of 1914, dark and mysterious as a Rembrandt, was snatched up by an important London collector.
Episodes recorded in Kinski Uncut fall into four categories: 1) sexual encounters with hundreds of women, beautiful and ugly, young and old, in a grotesque pornographic idiom that excludes sensual pleasure; 2) Céline-esque voyages of degradation and misery, often involving vomit, excrement, and delirium; 3) excoriations of incompetent directors, producers, writers, actors, journalists, and generally, all individuals who are not Kinski; 4) bouts of self-righteousness mixed with intenseself-loathing.
Many Germans, presumably, had a similarly high opinion of themselves in the early 1930s, and no doubt such blitheself-regard lubricates descent.
For example, Broken Glass (1993) is Death of a Salesman compounded by issues of Jewishself-hatred and sexual impotence.
Clothes are public husks, they shift on and off your body and in and out of fashion and your life; you can hide your alternateselves, or your mistakes, in the back of the closet.
The march is credited with having boosted blackself-esteem, but Farrakhan's three-hour, meandering speech at the march alienated potential followers.
For instance, Polonius' spate of proverbial advice that ends To thine own selfbetrue is not all bad.
Self'scleverest invention is probably the chimps' language: They convey words to each other by signing and touching each other's fur, and they add emotional inflection with grunts like euch-euch (irritable) and hooograa (friendly, inclusive).
Thus saying the ego or selfisempty means it is better to ground awareness in the soul and experience the ego as a garment, rather than only experiencing the ego and having no real connection with the soul.
As no one food by its selfisharmful nor on its own magical or provides all the necessary nutrients for the body a healthy diet must contain many different foods to make up a balanced intake.
Critics often praise Self'scerebral rigor, his sharp satiric grip on our foibles--and Great Apes does occasionally gesture in this direction.
Reviewers fall into two camps on Self'slatest collection of stories.
The Selfisluminous owing to its self-shining nature.
The Caarvaakas, for instance, maintain that the Selfisidentical with the body characterised by consciousness.
This elemental emotion catalyzes the parts of the selfthatareunconscious - in darkness - shut off since childhood as a coping mechanism.