[ self-puhb-lish ]
/ ˈsɛlfˈpʌb lɪʃ /
verb (used with or without object)
to publish or issue (one's own book or other material) independent of an established publishing house: The poet plans to self-publish his next work and promote it himself.
What Is A “Self-Own”?There aren’t many better places, it seems, to celebrate the mistakes of others than on social media. Naturally, this is the arena where self-own has had great popularity. So, what does it mean?
Related formsself-pub·lished, adjectiveself-pub·lish·ing, noun
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Examples from the Web for self-publish
If they self-publish, they can get 75 percent of retail ($75).