[self-kuh n-sis-tuh nt, self-]
- consistent with oneself or itself.
Origin of self-consistent
First recorded in 1675–85
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Examples from the Web for self-consistent
God is His own motive, and His self-revelation in act must always be self-consistent.The Expositor's Bible: The Psalms, Vol. 1
In this each one of them is self-consistent, and they are all consistent with one another.Who Wrote the Bible?
The spirit in question was not altogether clear and self-consistent.
Her answers are clear and self-consistent, and seem to have been little, if at all, distorted by the recorder.Human Personality and its Survival of Bodily Death
Frederick W. H. Myers
He was all of one piece—sincere and self-consistent—a type of the nineteenth-century American at his best.Cyrus Hall McCormick
Herbert Newton Casson