Meaning of self-suggester in English:

self-suggester

noun

  • A person whose behaviour, experience, etc., is determined by suggestions or promptings arising from himself or herself; specifically a person who engages in psychological self-suggestion.

Origin

Early 20th century; earliest use found in Frederic W. H. Myers (1843–1901), psychical researcher and essayist. From self- + suggester.

Pronunciation

self-suggester

/ˌsɛlfsəˈdʒɛstə/