self-disciplined


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Adj.1.self-disciplined - used of nonindulgent persons
nonindulgent, strict - characterized by strictness, severity, or restraint
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self-disciplined

[ˌselfˈdɪsɪplɪnd] ADJautodisciplinado
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Yet we rarely question the underlying assumption that self-discipline is a good trait to have; even the most liberal parents, who only want their kids to follow their dreams, would rather they did it in a self-disciplined way.
Moreover, girls were emotionally more secured and self-disciplined as compared to boys.
Because of this self-disciplined young samanera, the Buddha's teachings were spread across Asia.
London, March 28 (ANI): Liz Hurley believes being self-disciplined is the key to gain the perfect figure.
Are self-disciplined children generally uncreative, anxious, and unhappy?
ALZHEIMER'S disease is less likely to affect highly self-disciplined, conscientious individuals than those whose lives are slap-dash, a study suggests.
The ACE report is supported by a recent study suggesting that eighth-grade girls are more self-disciplined than boys, devoting an average of one hour per day to homework, almost twice the amount of time that boys spend (Duckworth, A.