Definition of Self-expression

1. Noun. The expression of one's individuality (usually through creative activities).

Generic synonyms: Expressive Style, Style



Definition of Self-expression

1. Noun. The means by which one's personal characteristics are displayed; showing one's internal beliefs or character by means of external actions/changes. ¹

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Self-expression

self-employment
self-enclosed
self-esteem
self-evaluation programs
self-evidence
self-evidency
self-evident
self-evident truth
self-evidently
self-examination
self-examining
self-excitation
self-existence
self-existent
self-explanatory
self-expression (current term)
self-feeder
self-feeling
self-fertile
self-fertilisation
self-fertilised
self-fertilization
self-fertilized
self-flagellation
self-flattery
self-forgetful
self-fulfilling
self-fulfilling prophecies
self-fulfilling prophecy
self-fulfillment

Literary usage of Self-expression

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1. Thought and Expression in the Sixteenth Century by Henry Osborn Taylor (1920)
"CHAPTER XV self-expression THROUGH TRANSLATION AND APPROPRIATION: AMYOT, BODIN, MONTAIGNE NOT only in Ronsard and his Pleiade, but in others who, like him, ..."

2. Thought and Expression in the Sixteenth Century by Henry Osborn Taylor (1920)
"CHAPTER XXXV FORMS OF self-expression: THE SIXTEENTH CENTURY ACHIEVEMENT WE have frequently spoken of expression as the completed form of the thought and ..."

3. The Montessori System Examined by William Heard Kilpatrick (1914)
"IV ADEQUACY OF self-expression IN THE MONTESSORI SYSTEM FREEDOM apart from self-expression is a contradiction of terms. The discussion of Madam Montessori's ..."

4. Encyclopaedia Britannica, a Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, Literature and edited by Hugh Chisholm (1910)
"... restrained from self-expression. Moreover, the recognition of the artistic position of craftsmen in general makes it possible for a man to devote ..."

5. Froebel's Educational Laws for All Teachers by James Laughlin Hughes (1897)
"INDIVIDUALITY or selfhood has necessarily received some attention in Chapters IV and VI, but its importance as the logical basis of self-expression demands ..."

6. The Mind and Its Education by George Herbert Betts (1916)
"CHAPTER XVIII self-expression AND DEVELOPMENT WE have already seen that the mind and the body ... Inner life implies self-expression in external activities. ..."

7. The Encyclopædia Britannica: A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, Literature and by Hugh Chisholm (1910)
"... restrained from self-expression. Moreover, the recognition of the artistic position of craftsmen in general makes it possible for a man to devote ..."

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