self-induced

[self-in-doost, -dyoost, self-]

Origin of self-induced

First recorded in 1885–90
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Examples from the Web for self-induced

Contemporary Examples of self-induced

Historical Examples of self-induced

  • I am distinctly of opinion that it was Self-Induced Hypnosis.

    A Likely Story

    William De Morgan

  • For a second, his knees knocked together in self-induced panic.

    The Forgotten Planet

    Murray Leinster

  • He was hindered at first by a self-induced effect of his own conscience.

  • For a second his knees knocked together in self-induced panic.

    The Mad Planet

    Murray Leinster

  • Attention and Interest may in this way be self-induced from repetition.

    The Mystic Will

    Charles Godfrey Leland


British Dictionary definitions for self-induced

self-induced

adjective
  1. induced or brought on by oneself or itself
  2. electronics produced by self-induction
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