Definition of self-discipline in English:

self-discipline

Syllabification: self-dis·ci·pline

noun

The ability to control one’s feelings and overcome one’s weaknesses; the ability to pursue what one thinks is right despite temptations to abandon it.
More example sentences
  • They will have better self-control, personal self-discipline and an increased ability to stay focused on their objectives.
  • The scheme was designed to encourage initiative, self-discipline, leadership and caring skills in young people.
  • I can think of it as self-discipline to make me stronger.
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Derivatives

self-disciplined

adjective
More example sentences
  • I'm good at working at something I believe in, but I'm not the most self-disciplined person at doing things I don't like.
  • A capacity for brilliant long-range planning, mobilising technical expertise, carried out by clear-minded and self-disciplined individuals, has been the key to our civilization.
  • Are you self-directed, self-motivated, comfortable with computers, like to read and write, self-disciplined, independent and able to stay on task?

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