noun, plural self-stud·ies.
Origin of self-study
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Almost all French speakers have to do a serious amount of self-study to become conversant, especially when it comes to phonetics.
The vast majority became religious after they joined al Qaeda, getting religion from comrades and self-study.
His spiritual force no longer radiates outwardly; it is consumed in self-study.Amiel's Journal|Henri-Frdric Amiel
It is poetry as well as truth, as Goethe recognized in the title of his own self-study.The Story of a Child|Pierre Loti
You have in your sister an opportunity for self-study without its like or equal.The Golden Censer|John McGovern
The students in Italy in the past have had advantages for self-study that were of greatest importance.Great Singers on the Art of Singing|James Francis Cooke
By the road of self-study, she reached that sublime height of metaphysics, the intellectual vision of the Absolute.Heroic Spain|Elizabeth Boyle O'Reilly