Definition of Self-distrust

1. Noun. Lack of self-confidence.

Exact synonyms: Diffidence, Self-doubt
Generic synonyms: Timidity, Timidness, Timorousness
Specialized synonyms: Hesitance, Hesitancy, Unassertiveness
Antonyms: Confidence
Derivative terms: Diffident, Diffident



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Self-distrust

self-destruction
self-destructions
self-destructive
self-destructiveness
self-destructs
self-determination
self-determined
self-differentiation
self-directed
self-direction
self-discipline
self-disciplined
self-discovery
self-disgust
self-distance
self-distrust (current term)
self-doubt
self-doubts
self-drilling screw
self-drive
self-dual
self-educated
self-education
self-effacement
self-effacing
self-effacingly
self-effacingness
self-efficacy
self-employed
self-employed person

Literary usage of Self-distrust

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1. The Library of Literary Criticism of English and American Authors by Charles Wells Moulton (1904)
"self-distrust. To the end of his life he was consumed with a desire to perform great things, and to the end of his life he was painfully sensible that he ..."

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