self-correcting

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self-correcting

[self-kuh-rek-ting, self-]
adjective
automatically adjusting to or correcting mistakes, malfunctions, etc.: a self-correcting mechanism.
Also, self-corrective.


Origin:
1935–40

self-correction, noun
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self-correcting
 
adj
capable of correcting itself without external aid

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Example sentences
However, the notion that markets are always efficient, can be left to
  themselves and are self-correcting is no longer tenable.
He underestimated the self-correcting power of democracy.
And despite errors, incorrect data and false trails, progress is fast and
  surprisingly self-correcting.
But it quickly went away as science went through its self-correcting process.
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