How to use Self-appointed in a sentence

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  • All of them have rejected the view of these self-appointed experts.

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  • Thankful to be rid of him the leaders of the Jerusalem Church allowed him to go on his self appointed mission to convert gentiles.

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  • This sometimes seems to have been lost on certain self-appointed guardians of evangelical morality.

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  • As a consequence Wilde might easily usurp Quentin Crisp's self-appointed title of England's first stately homo.

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  • How will you get beyond the (often self-appointed) activists?

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  • We must, moreover, take action which is firm enough to pre-empt action by self-appointed vigilantes.

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  • They became ' self-appointed arbiters of taste ', setting ' standards of propriety ', upholding reputations of respectability in polite society.

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  • All takes place under the scrutiny of old Miss Loach, the self-appointed guardian of village morals.

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  • The left should demand better of its self-appointed spokesmen.

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  • On the contrary, the democratic impulses of the anti-capitalist and anti-war movement have been contradicted by the role of often self-appointed elites.

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  • Key decisions which will set things in place for years to come have been taken by a handful of self-appointed leaders.

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  • I have simply looked in to know how your self-appointed task was progressing.

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  • Comedienne Joan Rivers, the self-appointed advocate of plastic surgery for older women, says that if a woman can afford to have it done, it is worth if for her self-esteem.

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  • Here the great trees, getting out of the gardeners way, or any attack of pruners or self-appointed tree-architects, assume their true and natural form, and are fine at all seasons.

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