Carter opted for self-effacement.
Mr Kaine is good at folksy self-effacement.
Self-effacement is as Canadian as not going out on Saturday nights.
In this digital era when so much of our identity is online, removing your own archive is not just self-censorship, it’s an act of self-effacement.
Xi’s immediate predecessor, Hu Jintao, made a virtue of dull self-effacement.
I was temperamentally too antsy for that conspiracy of calm, phlegmatism, and compulsive self-effacement.
Such self-effacement has created some bafflement in a city that takes personal aggrandizement for granted.
Righteous self-effacement that isn’t afraid of sentiment—this is the new way to flip off the powers that be.
His self-effacement, his yearning to hide himself in other characters, came out of his own unhappy childhood.
Baxter nimbly avoids tropes common to writing about Africa, and his continuous self-effacement inspires trust in his account.
There is no such self-effacement in the Midwest, that large triangular region justly regarded as the most nearly representative of the national average.
Slight self-effacement about your decision may be your friend: “Thank you so much for thinking of us, but we’re still being overly cautious about social distancing.”
In this section we consider eight objections, namely, the a) application, b) adequacy, c) relativism, d) conflict, e) self-effacement, f) justification, g) egoism, and h) situationist problems.
If Muzil dies a sphinx, disguising all weakness and leaving behind only the black diamond of his intellect, Guibert chooses another form of self-effacement, transforming his condition into a social and existential mirror.
There is the vanity training, the obedience training, the self-effacement training, the deference training, the dependency training, the passivity training, the rivalry training, the stupidity training, the placation training.
For all Piene's rugged self-effacement, honours inevitably came to him: an emeritus professorship at MIT and an honorary doctorate from the University of Maryland; the Leonardo da Vinci prize; a 1996 award from the American Academy of Arts and Letters.
Chihaya, meanwhile, argues that the sense of flux and turbulence suffusing Ferrante’s work produces a not-quite-enjoyable excitation, which she calls “unpleasure,” and which she connects to our twinned drives for self-assertion and self-effacement, familiar from her own life.
Mellon did not insist on his name adorning the National Gallery, an act of self-effacement that was not surpassed by any philanthropist until this year, when Warren Buffett chose to give most of his fortune to the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation rather than create one of his own.
Slicker than his previous effort, and with his beer perched on the podium from the word go, Gervais dispensed with any hint of self-effacement and quickly launched into a monologue that trashed The Tourist, suggested that “some famous Scientologists” were gay, and said that the Lost finale ended with “the fat one” eating everyone else.
He is casually witty and has the flustery self-effacement of somebody who, perhaps, has always had to apologise for their privilege (his uncle is the British business tycoon Gerald Ronson; he was born in west London and when his mother married Foreigner guitarist Mick Jones and moved to the Upper West Side of Manhattan, celebrities would drop by the family home all the time).
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He is casually witty and has the flustery self-effacement of somebody who perhaps has always had to apologise for their privilege his uncle is the British business tycoon Gerald Ronson he was born in west London and when his mother married Foreigner guitarist Mick Jones and moved to the Upper West Side of Manhattan celebrities would drop by the family home all the time