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Buddhism a religion from Asia, founded in the sixth century B.C. by Buddha. Buddhism teaches freedom from the self and from one's wants.
composure calmness in thinking or acting; self-control.
degrade to lower in the opinion of others or in self-respect. [1/4 definitions]
dignity one's sense of worth; pride or self-respect as shown in one's appearance or behavior.
discipline control or determination brought about by training; self-control. [1/7 definitions]
face one's honor or self-respect. [1/8 definitions]
herself her own self (used to show that an action is done to the same female who carries out the action). [1/3 definitions]
himself his own self (used to show that an action is done to the same male who does that action). [1/3 definitions]
independent not needing the support or advice of another; self-sufficient. [1/3 definitions]
interest concern for one's own self or benefit. [1/8 definitions]
inwardly within one's own self; in private. [1/2 definitions]
itself its own self (used to show that an action is done to the same thing that does that action). [1/3 definitions]
myself my own self (used to show that the action is done by and to the speaker's own self). [1/3 definitions]
oneself a person's own self (used to show that an action is done to the same person who does that action).
person the qualities a particular person has; personality; self. [1/3 definitions]
pride an inborn feeling of self-worth. [1/4 definitions]
proud having too high an opinion of one's self. [1/3 definitions]
self-esteem confidence or pride in oneself; self-respect.
spiritual of or pertaining to the soul or matters of the soul, the part of a human being that is believed to be the higher or deeper self and not part of the body. [1/5 definitions]
yoga (often capitalized) a Hindu practice made up of a system of physical and mental exercises that free the self from the body and mind to find spiritual peace.
yourself used to emphasize "you"; your own self. [2/3 definitions]