self-redress

EnglishEdit

EtymologyEdit

From self- +‎ redress.

NounEdit

self-redress (uncountable)

  1. Redress of a wrong by the victim; revenge, retribution.

VerbEdit

self-redress (third-person singular simple present self-redresses, present participle self-redressing, simple past and past participle self-redressed)

  1. To redress a wrong against oneself; to take revenge.
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