Definition of "self-action" [self•-ac•tion]

  • Action by, or originating in, one's self or itself. (noun)

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Use "self-action" in a sentence
  • "But there are circumstances in which such self-action is ruinous to so many that coercion from the outside becomes absolutely needed."
  • "At the feet of my Superior I have laid down the right of self-action — the privilege of independence."
  • "It was necessary that she should explain to Peter that he must take upon himself some self-action upon this occasion, and it may be doubted whether she did this with perfect good humour."