serving to incriminate oneself or to expose oneself to prosecution: self-incriminating testimony.
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How to use self-incriminating in a sentence
In one unaired portion, Sandusky rambles into what could be construed as a self-incriminating statement.Jerry Sandusky Trial, Day Six: Dottie Defends Her Man | Diane Dimond | June 19, 2012 | THE DAILY BEAST
And Priam's voice grew fainter and fainter, and his gestures more and more self-incriminating.Buried Alive: A Tale of These Days | Arnold Bennett
It would not be easy to surprise Mershone in any self-incriminating action.Aunt Jane's Nieces in Society | Edith Van Dyne
Was poor old Anna going to reveal something of a very serious self-incriminating kind?Good Old Anna | Marie Belloc Lowndes