Pity for oneself, especially exaggerated or self-indulgent pity.(noun)
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Use "self-pity" in a sentence
"Then she sighed deeply and took on an expression of self-pity."
"Because of the unfairness, the person’s attitude often deteriorates into self-pity, which is a particularly difficult perspective to reverse."
"LBJ had more than a little self-pity, a feeling that he was a poor kid from the South and the elite that ran the country never respected him."