self-challenge in English dictionary

  • self-challenge

    Meanings and definitions of "self-challenge"

    • trying hard to do something

Sample sentences with "self-challenge"

However, contested claims to self-determination challenged the standard definition of mercenarism
After a century of instant gratification, I found self-discipline . . . challenging.
After a century of instant gratification, I found self-discipline... challenging.
However, contested claims to self-determination challenged the standard definition of mercenarism.
The purpose of the Award is to provide Jordanian young people between the ages of 14 and 25 with an opportunity of participating in four self-challenging, non-academic youth educational programmes aimed at achieving a balanced personality.
On top of those three major challenges, the ECB and the Eurosystem have to cope with two other important, self-assigned challenges
However, the "self-plagiarism" has been challenged as being self-contradictory, an oxymoron, and on other grounds.
WAGGGS is a worldwide movement providing non-formal education where girls and young women develop leadership and life skills through self-development, challenge and adventure.
"The Gulen movement: a self-exiled imam challenges Turkey's Erdoğan".
Karadžić’s self-representation presents challenges to the expeditious conduct of the proceedings.
Nevertheless, for many of the UNCDF-supported MFIs, operational and financial self-sufficiency remain challenges
Those guys really need some self- confidence, a challenge
I’m talking about men engaging in some serious self- scrutiny, challenging their prejudices and privileges, taking their fair share of responsibility for the mess we are in.”
Some stay with that, others move on to bigger challenges: self-exposure, stalking, even breaking and entering.
No state has the right – other than in self-defence – to challenge any individual’s right to life.
They typically emphasize self-contained puzzle challenges with logic puzzle toys or games.
The workshops also included implementation of activities with teachers aiming to enable them to self-reflect and challenge stereotypes.
Self was nominated in 2008 for a National Magazine Award (ASME) in the "personal service online" category for their annual Self Challenge, an interactive three-month weight-loss program that allows readers to log their workouts and watch videos, record their meals using an online nutrition diary, share recipes and tips, and communicate with the online community as they track their progress.
The workshops will also include implementation of activities with teachers aiming to enable them to self-reflect and challenge stereotypes.
In all probability he knew how matters had gone with the collective farmers whom Nagulnov had just dismissed, for a self-confident, challenging smile lurked in the corners of his lips.
UNHCR would like to commend OIOS for its treatment of a complex subject that is self‐evidently very challenging to measure.
whereas football fulfils an important educative role in that it provides an excellent opportunity to learn values such as self-discipline, challenging personal limitations, staying power, team spirit, tolerance, and fair play,
Inspired by the insights of Saint Augustine: let unifying love be your measure; abiding love your challenge; self-giving love your mission!

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