Definition of self-restrained in English:

self-restrained

adjective

  • See self-restraint

    • ‘A self-restrained judge, by contrast, will largely defer to elected politicians except in the most egregious instances, and will be reluctant to develop the meaning of clauses of the Constitution.’
    • ‘I don't think I would have been so self-restrained.’
    • ‘This may be a puzzlement to those around you because most of the time you are so self-restrained and in perfect control.’
    • ‘Ever since he lost the election for Taipei mayor, he has been humble and self-restrained, quiet and modest, to the surprise of many.’
    • ‘On one hand, we were scared; on the other hand, we were also self-restrained.’