Definition of Self-produced

1. Adjective. Originating from the self.

Exact synonyms: Self-generated
Similar to: Autogenic, Autogenous



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Self-produced

self-polluter
self-polluters
self-pollutes
self-polluting
self-portrait
self-portraits
self-posited
self-positing
self-possessed
self-possession
self-praise
self-preservation
self-pride
self-proclaimed
self-produced (current term)
self-promotion
self-propelled
self-propelled vehicle
self-propelling
self-protection
self-publishing
self-punishment
self-raising
self-raising flour
self-realisation
self-realization
self-redress
self-reference
self-referent

Literary usage of Self-produced

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1. The Philosophy of Kant Explained by John Watson (1908)
"In the second place, the individual tree is self-produced. ... Lastly, every part of the tree is self-produced; so that, unless each part exhibits the same ..."

2. The Philosophy of Kant Explained by John Watson (1908)
"In the second place, the individual tree is self-produced. ... Lastly, every part of the tree is self-produced; so that, unless each part exhibits the same ..."

3. Practitioner's medical dictionary by George Milbry Gould (1910)
"Pertaining to diseases or conditions self- produced within the body and not derived from external sources; applied to poisons generated in the body by its ..."

4. Works of Thomas Hill Green by Thomas Hill Green, Richard Lewis Nettleship (1894)
"His account of it in its simplest form is as follows :—' I find that as to feelings of touch, pressure, and pain, when self-produced (sc. produced by ..."

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