In itself - Idioms by The Free Dictionary
Without the consideration of anything else. (A shortening of the full phrase "in and of itself.") The defendant's story seems plausible in itself, but when taken alongside the testimony of the witnesses, it starts to look less and less believable. As a sequel, the movie does an good job of continuing the story of the first, but it fails as a cohesive, enjoyable film in itself.
in itˈself considered separately from other things; in its true nature: In itself, it’s not a difficult problem to solve.
References in periodicals archive
The Russian-era warship, with 1,600 naval personnel on board and 22 decks, is a small city in itself
Not that stain hunting in itself
can't lead to something remarkable.
The Wildcard search is in itself
a valuable addition to MOSS 2007.
In addition, the overall handset qualification cycle time can require up to a year in itself
due to reference designs, debugging, field trials and the overall qualification of each.
Farming with BEELINE is in itself
a huge step towards environmentally sustainable agriculture.
An extra affordable, high quality flat screen like this makes a great gift in itself
," says NIC CEO Gina Smith.