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  • adj. Alternative form of selfsecure.

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Examples

  • And one of the ways to profoundly affect others is to be so self-secure that they, too, can feel secure.

    The 28 Laws of Attraction

  • But usually those are insecure, vague, indecisive people who—until they finally become more self-secure—are likely to waste big chunks of your time.

    The 28 Laws of Attraction

  • Moreover, the hard-headed skeptic, self-made and self-secure, who will not traffic with the literature that touches his life work, is seldom so confined to his own little shop that he will not, for recreation, take holiday tours into the literature of other men's lives and labors.

    The Guide to Reading — the Pocket University Volume XXIII

  • But on the other side, the social bond itself is nothing but the mutual reflection of these self-secure integrities.

    Politics and the English Language

  • But ON THE OTHER SIDE, the social bond itself is nothing but the mutual reflection of these self-secure integrities.

    Collected Essays

  • He was conscious, too, of a will outside himself, acting upon his will -- a will self-secure, impregnable, working with triumphant daring towards a single end.

    The History of Sir Richard Calmady A Romance

  • Among them, Helen, in her vigorous and self-secure, though fine-drawn, beauty, was about as much at home as a young panther in a hen-roost.

    The History of Sir Richard Calmady A Romance

  • For alarm stalked those usually self-secure and self-complacent rooms and glass and mahogany-walled corridors; men looking up from their desks as he,

    The Far Horizon

  • He had caught fire at once, in his usual inconsequent, self-secure style.

    That Lass o' Lowrie's: A Lancashire Story

  • What a confounding word will that be to a self-secure sinner, redde rationem, give an account of your stewardship!

    The Lord's Prayer

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