Definition of Self-involved

1. Adjective. Absorbed in your own interests or thoughts etc.




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Lexicographical Neighbors of Self-involved

self-inductance
self-induction
self-indulgence
self-indulgent
self-infection
self-inflicted
self-injure
self-injured
self-injures
self-injuring
self-injury
self-insertion
self-insurance
self-interest
self-involved (current term)
self-justification
self-justificatory
self-kill
self-killing
self-knowledge
self-learning
self-life
self-limited
self-limited disease
self-loader
self-loading
self-locking
self-love
self-loving

Literary usage of Self-involved

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1. The Works of Samuel Taylor Coleridge: Prose and Verse by Samuel Taylor Coleridge (1853)
"... could not be regularly procured, and Har- lin's spirits sank, and as her bodily pain left her she became more melancholy, silent, and self-involved. ..."

2. The Philosophy of History by Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel, John Sibree (1900)
"The third tion of it—viz., as an adumbration of the is that in which this barrier is broken self-involved character of the ..."

3. Lectures on the Philosophy of History by Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel, John Sibree (1857)
"... self-involved. The second is that of manifestation in an individual being, standing apart from mankind generally—" the Son." The third is that in which ..."

4. The English Illustrated Magazine (1890)
"Conrad, indeed, grows more self-involved daily, and seems to take little interest in anything but his own studies. He hardly ever speaks to me now ; and I ..."

5. The Classical Moralists: Selections Illustrating Ethics from Socrates to by Benjamin Rand (1909)
"The remark that the completely free will, when it is taken abstractly, is in a condition of self-involved simplicity must be understood in this way. ..."

6. Sketches from Nature with Pen and Pencil by Frances Parthenope Verney (1877)
"People like these, attached to no ;' body" or thing, and withering mentally and morally, or becoming " useless fine self-involved spires," are only too ..."

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