American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. The act or process of achieving understanding or knowledge of oneself.
- n. discovering your own individuality
“SP: I'm in the renaissance stage, beyond acceptance and peace, I not just rebuilding I'm in self-discovery mode.”
“I was doing a little self-discovery, and I just began to collect the artifacts to understand where the Buddha imagery evolved out of, which it turns out, was out of Uddiyana.”
“Eden in two courses, I became interested in psychological aspects of his work, and in what critic Morton Dauwen Zabel calls in relation to Conrad's Lord Jim, the "central theme ... the grip of circimstances that enforce self-discovery and its cognate, the discovery of reality or truth ..." in much of London's fiction.”
“What do you get when you cross creativity with self-discovery and unrequited love?”
“It's my treat of the week, as I love the way he writes about self-discovery and enlightenment in such a human way.”
“Like their male counterparts, the women of this exhibition adhered to the Surrealist notion of accidental discovery, bucking bourgeois culture in favor of intellectual freedom and self-discovery.”
“But it's also a trip of self-discovery and a fascinating descent into depravity and evil.”
“Haibane Renmei (Haunting, weird exploration of self-discovery, death, and the loss of innocence via allegory)”
“That identity is closely intertwined with the Horsemen, and knowing who they are leads Sparrow the self-discovery that is the primary motivator of the novel.”
“Glen Allsopp, of PluginID, demonstrates the effectiveness of self-discovery through his writing.”
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self-discovery, self-awareness, self-actualization, self-respect, self-esteem, self-understanding, self-portrait, self-centered, self-righteousness, self-worth, self-reference, self-exam and 34 more...
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