Definition of "self-questioning" [self-questioning]

  • Scrutiny of one's own feelings, actions, and motivations. (noun)

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Use "self-questioning" in a sentence
  • "As for Kirstein, d'Amboise is fascinating on the relationship between George and Lincoln self-confidence versus self-questioning, and he sheds new light on the succession of leadership at NYCB after Balanchine's death."
  • "Speaking of self-questioning, the Journal has great questions in general."
  • "Most recently, the discovery of the 230,000 missing centenarians has raised cultural self-questioning to new levels of dismay and outrage."