Self-proclaimed is used to show that someone has given themselves a particular title or status rather than being given it by other people.
英 [ˌself prəˈkleɪmd] 美 [ˌself prəˈkleɪmd]
claim v. 宣称；要求
proclaim vt. 宣告，公布
acclaim v. 称赞；为……喝彩
clamor n. 喧闹，叫嚷
clamorous adj. 吵闹的；大声要求的
clarinet n. 单簧管；竖笛
Sheldon: I proclaimed my love for you. And the last time I looked into your eyeswas when you thought you had conjunctivitis.
Amy: Other than the fact that I had it, that was a magical night.
She just did her job, enjoying every minute. The struggles of being both black and a woman were shrugged away. Do your best, she always said. Love what you do. Be constantly curious. And learn that it is not dumb to ask a question; it is dumb not to ask it. Not least, because it might lead to the small but significant victory of making a self-proclaimed superior realise he can make a mistake.