self-regard


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self-re·gard

(sĕlf′rĭ-gärd′)
n.
1. Consideration of oneself or one's interests.
2. Self-respect.

self-regard

n
1. concern for one's own interest
2. proper esteem for oneself

self′-regard′



n.
1. consideration of oneself or one's own interests.
[1585–95]
self′-regard′ing, adj.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.self-regard - the quality of being worthy of esteem or respect; "it was beneath his dignity to cheat"; "showed his true dignity when under pressure"
pride, pridefulness - a feeling of self-respect and personal worth

self-regard

noun
A sense of one's own dignity or worth:
Translations

self-regard

[ˌselfrɪˈgɑːd] Namor m propio (pej) → egoísmo m
References in classic literature ?
He had called up a state of feeling in which the reasons which had acted on her conscience seemed to be transmitted into mere self-regard. The indignant fire in her eyes was quenched, and she began to look at him with timid distress.
In the end, Johnson is nothing but a shallow man whose ego and self-regard has led him to disregard the interests of our country and appease far right populism.
This wisdom is found in her latest book, a collection of essays, The Source of Self-Regard: Selected Essays, Speeches, and Meditation (Alfred A.
Her new collection of essays and speeches, The Source of Self-Regard (Knopf, $28.95, 368 pages, 9780525521037), reminds us of the breadth and depth of her concerns.
He explains how teachers can understand and recognize issues of academic safety when they occur and establish safe climates for students by attending to their social and emotional well-being and self-regard in math, as well as creating an accurate representation of the discipline of math; create high-quality math tasks that elicit complex thought and problem solving, are interesting, and foster perseverance and discourse; and allow students to construct, enhance, and communicate their math insight to a task.
It is about self-regard, the intent you dress up with - to bring forward your core personality.
What made some children, genders, FSM pupils or pupils with Additional Learning Needs have different attitudes towards areas such as "self-regard"?
It concludes that 19% have low to moderately low attitudes to "perceived learning capability" - suggesting they doubt their learning ability, while the same percentage had low to moderately low attitudes for "self-regard as a learner".
His smug self-regard doesn't seem entirely unfounded, both in love and at work.
The real villains are Gray, whose slavish devotion to Butler cost her daughter her life, but especially Ben Butler, a modern-day monster of rage, cruelty and self-regard who was jailed for a minimum of 23 years yesterday.
Nicholas McGeehan, a researcher at Human Rights Watch said, The Ministry of Happiness sounds sort of Orwellian and sinister given that this is a surveillance state, but it is in line with their quite high self-regard.
Last week, Bulgaria's Deputy PM even announced after a visit to Bucharest that Sofia had to follow the Romanian example by setting up institutions similar to the National Anticorruption Directorate, a Romanian body that has boosted the judiciary's independence ald self-regard and has helped bring trials against otherwise influential politicians and businessmen to a successful end.The CVM reports are essential for both countries to enter the Schengen area.