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themselves US English

Used as the object of a verb or preposition to refer to a group of people or things previously mentioned as the subject of the clause

above oneself US English

Conceited; arrogant

among US English

Involving most or all members of a group reciprocally

not be oneself US English

Not feel well

fash US English

Feel upset or worried

—— oneself sick US English

Do something to such an extent that one feels nauseous or unwell (often used for emphasis)

beside oneself US English

Overcome with worry or anger; distraught

despite oneself US English

Used to indicate that one did not intend or expect to do the thing mentioned

flack1 US English

Publicize or promote (something or someone)

recollect oneself in recollect2 US English

Bring oneself back to a state of composure

unbosom US English

Disclose (one’s thoughts or secrets)

take someone out of themselves US English

Make a person forget their worries

full of oneself US English

Very self-satisfied and with an exaggerated sense of self-worth

sure of oneself US English

Very confident of one’s own abilities or views

can/could not help oneself in help US English

Cannot or could not stop oneself from acting in a certain way

sorry for oneself US English

Sad and self-pitying

gird one's loins US English

Prepare and strengthen oneself for what is to come

be a law unto oneself US English

Behave in a manner that is not conventional or predictable

pleased with oneself in pleased US English

Proud of one’s achievements, especially excessively so; self-satisfied

in spite of oneself US English

Although one did not want or expect to do so

Pat Malone US English

On one’s own

above oneself in above US English

Conceited; arrogant

beside oneself in beside US English

Overcome with worry or anger; distraught

despite oneself in despite US English

Used to indicate that one did not intend or expect to do the thing mentioned

—— oneself sick in sick1 US English

Do something to such an extent that one feels nauseous or unwell (often used for emphasis)

be unable to hear oneself think US English

Used to complain about very loud noise or music

full of oneself in full1 US English

Very self-satisfied and with an exaggerated sense of self-worth

sure of oneself in sure US English

Very confident of one’s own abilities or views

sorry for oneself in sorry US English

Sad and self-pitying

look after the pennies and the pounds will look after themselves US English

If you concentrate on saving small amounts of money, you’ll soon amass a large amount

gird one's loins in gird1 US English

Prepare and strengthen oneself for what is to come

be a law unto oneself in law US English

Behave in a manner that is not conventional or predictable

in spite of oneself in spite US English

Although one did not want or expect to do so

not be themselves in themselves US English

see be oneself, not be oneself at be.

by themselves in themselves US English

see themselves at by.

be unable to hear oneself think in hear US English

Used to complain about very loud noise or music

take someone out of themselves in take US English

Make a person forget their worries

look after the pennies and the pounds will look after themselves in penny US English

If you concentrate on saving small amounts of money, you’ll soon amass a large amount