[self-si-lek-shuh n, self-]


selection made by or for oneself: goods arranged on shelves for customer self-selection.

Related formsself-se·lect·ed, adjective Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2019

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Contemporary Examples of self-selected

  • But in my experience, especially in the self-selected world of yoga, these are a tiny minority.

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    Confessions of an Extreme Yogi

    Benjamin Lorr

    December 31, 2012

  • From 2004 to 2006, Scott conducted a survey of 121 self-selected childfree women.

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    Childless and Loving It

    Danielle Friedman

    September 19, 2010

Historical Examples of self-selected

  • Besides all this each pupil must give a discussion on a self-selected theme before the class.

    The School System of Norway

    David Allen Anderson

  • They have had reserve energy after the performance of their regular labors to use in fruitful, self-selected activities.

    The School System of Norway

    David Allen Anderson

  • Hence the structure of industrial society rests in chaotic dependence upon the ambitions and foibles of self-selected financiers.

    The Next Step

    Scott Nearing

  • In a voluntary association formed to accomplish a definite purpose we have a self-selected group.

    A Librarian's Open Shelf

    Arthur E. Bostwick