Definition of self-controlled in English:

self-controlled

Pronunciation /ˈˌself kənˈtrōld/ /ˈˌsɛlf kənˈtroʊld/

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adjective

See self-control

‘The recommendations do not extend to predatory aggression or what has been described as planned and self-controlled aggressive behavior.’
  • ‘He exhibited all the most valuable traits characteristic of this variety of personality, being scrupulous, self-controlled, honest, and passionately concerned with the pursuit of truth.’
  • ‘Normally, they are self-controlled, calm and sympathetic.’
  • ‘Tranquil and self-controlled, this person projects an image of security, stability, and confidence.’
  • ‘Even the most self-controlled individual is susceptible to stress, which is the body's reaction to injurious forces, infections, and various abnormal states that tend to disturb its normal physiological equilibrium.’