self-sustained love

Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • Sustained by one's own efforts, inherent power, or strength of mind.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adjective needing no outside support

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Examples

  • The ATC is a 480-sq-ft cabin, fully equipped for self-sustained, off-grid living.

    Sarah Rich | Inhabitat

  • He said that while NASA has at times used the definition of life as a “self-sustained chemical system capable of undergoing Darwinian evolution,” it was not a formal position, and the agency was increasingly inclined to accept the reasoning of Cleland and others that “life” cannot be currently defined, any more than water could be in the sixteenth century.

    First Contact

  • With private consumption and investment acting as its engines, growth is becoming self-sustained - that is, less driven by temporary government aid or by external demand, said Gurría.

    OECD Says World Economy Recovering; Cautions Against Complacency

  • Buoying investors' sentiment, the G-8 nations said that the global recovery "is becoming more self-sustained," even while noting that downside risks remain.

    Banks Lead Europe Higher

  • Investors have been skittish in recent weeks as Mideast turmoil and fluctuations in oil prices assaulted hopes that the U.S. economy is on the cusp of self-sustained growth.

    Jobs Report Bears Signs of Being Market Pivot Point

  • I definitely enjoyed it more than The Black Dossier, which I felt was a bit too clever by half, but it was a quick read, and definitely felt like the first chapter in an ongoing story rather than a self-sustained tale.

    What Are You Reading? | Robot 6 @ Comic Book Resources – Covering Comic Book News and Entertainment

  • By the summer of 2010 the disinflationary bias in expectations had become more evident, and the economy -- lacking a self-sustained recovery -- had started heading toward a dangerous stall speed.

    What's Ahead For The Fed?

  • By the summer of 2010 the disinflationary bias in expectations had become more evident, and the economy -- lacking a self-sustained recovery -- had started heading toward a dangerous stall speed.

    What's Ahead For The Fed?

  • "Global share prices are unlikely to show a self-sustained rally on fundamentals alone," Mr. Morita said.

    Japanese Yields Fall After Auction

  • He said that while NASA has at times used the definition of life as a “self-sustained chemical system capable of undergoing Darwinian evolution,” it was not a formal position, and the agency was increasingly inclined to accept the reasoning of Cleland and others that “life” cannot be currently defined, any more than water could be in the sixteenth century.

    First Contact

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