[ self-si-lek-shuhn, self- ]

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

Other words from self-selection

  • self-se·lect·ed, adjective

Words Nearby self-selection Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2024

How to use self-selection in a sentence

  • There is still, however, a considerable margin of self-selection of American economic leadership.

    The Next Step | Scott Nearing
  • Through self-selection—the leadership being assumed by those who are the quickest to seize it.

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  • self-selection is necessarily confined to new or temporary or loosely organized groups.

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