from The Century Dictionary.
- Exactly similar; corresponding.
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There are voices in dissociative disorders as well, which arise from laterally split-off portions of the self having more autonomous self-like coincident existences.
Consciousness may not require a distinct or substantial self of the traditional Cartesian sort, but at least some degree of perspectivally self-like organization seems essential for the existence of anything that might count as conscious experience.
God is only self-like, having nothing in common with any creature, otherwise than as in shadow and trope.
The seeming Nectar of her poysoning speech, So well shee saw surprise his licoras sence, That for to reare her ill beyonds ills reach, With selfe-like tropes, decks self-like eloquence, Making in
His self-like creature, man, medicine has most intimate relations, not only with his physical organization, but with his moral feelings and intellectual
Self-confidence and self-like are what really are attractive.
With selfe-like tropes, decks self-like eloquence,