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self-fulfilling

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishself-fulfillingˌself-fulˈfilling adjective  PREDICTif a statement or belief about what will happen in the future is self-fulfilling, it becomes true because you expect it to be true and so behave in a way that will make it happen It’s a self-fulfilling prophecy: expect things to go wrong, and they probably will.
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self-fulfillingAbove all the drift to a self-seeking, self-satisfying, self-fulfilling approach to relationships is where the rot is really setting in.Academic Standards: A self-fulfilling effect of cultural stereotypes is diminished expectations.In that sense, they are self-fulfilling prophecies.Increased speed of communication means that people can act much more quickly and can make trends into self-fulfilling prophecies.In this way events may be a self-fulfilling prophecy.What happens when there are no sensory cues, when there is no self-fulfilling prophecy?The Big Promise and the confident show of the self-employed are self-fulfilling prophesies.It may, however, result in a less interesting and self-fulfilling system of education from the individual's point of view.self-fulfilling prophecyIn that sense, they are self-fulfilling prophecies.In this way events may be a self-fulfilling prophecy.Increased speed of communication means that people can act much more quickly and can make trends into self-fulfilling prophecies.It turns confusion into curiosity and stops myths from becoming self-fulfilling prophecies.What happens when there are no sensory cues, when there is no self-fulfilling prophecy?There was a ghastly self-fulfilling prophecy about such sessions.That created a self-fulfilling prophecy as, for the day at least, the market dropped sharply.As corporate players recognize other players adopting this assumption, an element of self-fulfilling prophecy takes charge.
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