How to use Self-appointed in a sentence
All of them have rejected the view of these self-appointed experts.
Thankful to be rid of him the leaders of the Jerusalem Church allowed him to go on his self appointed mission to convert gentiles.
This sometimes seems to have been lost on certain self-appointed guardians of evangelical morality.
As a consequence Wilde might easily usurp Quentin Crisp's self-appointed title of England's first stately homo.
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We must, moreover, take action which is firm enough to pre-empt action by self-appointed vigilantes.
They became ' self-appointed arbiters of taste ', setting ' standards of propriety ', upholding reputations of respectability in polite society.
All takes place under the scrutiny of old Miss Loach, the self-appointed guardian of village morals.
The left should demand better of its self-appointed spokesmen.
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.Advertisement
Key decisions which will set things in place for years to come have been taken by a handful of self-appointed leaders.
I have simply looked in to know how your self-appointed task was progressing.
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.
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.