Definition of Self-reformation
1. Noun. The act of improving yourself.
Specialized synonyms: Auto-suggestion, Autosuggestion, Self-suggestion, Reform
Generic synonyms: Improvement
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Literary usage of Self-reformation
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. American Character by Brander Matthews (1906)
"... the atmosphere of the sick-room, and then when its courage and resources are at a low ebb, expecting it to perform some mighty feat of self-reformation. ..."
2. Nature and the Supernatural: As Together Constituting the One System of God by Horace Bushnell (1880)
"SO REMEDY IN DEVELOPMENT OR self-reformation. WE are now at the point of catastrophe in God's plan, where it is next in order to look about for some ..."
3. Nature and the Supernarural, as Together Constituting the One System of God by Horace Bushnell (1861)
"KO REMEDY IN DEVELOPMENT, OR self-reformation. WE are now at the point of catastrophe in God's plan, where it is next in order to look about for some ..."
4. A History of the Church, from the Earliest Ages to the Reformation by George Waddington (1833)
"Attempts of the Church at Self-Reformation. General clamour for Reformation—with different objects—first appearance of a Reform party In the Church—exposure ..."