pronoun[second person singular] (plural yourselves /-ˈsɛlvz/)
- 1 [reflexive] Used to refer to the person being addressed as the object of a verb or preposition when they are also the subject of the clause: help yourselves, boys see for yourselfMore example sentences
- If you could please refer yourselves to the summons on page 22 of the application book.
- The dancers are competent but seemed rather stiff it's panto girls and boys, let yourselves go!
- The twist in the end makes the film and I'll let you see it for yourselves.
- 2 [emphatic] You personally (used to emphasize the person being addressed): you’re going to have to do it yourselfMore example sentences
- Mr Mahroof, I am particularly interested in how people like yourselves get onto the front row.
- People such as yourselves ought to have the right to vote revoked immediately!
- You have to show yourselves as people with open minds, receptive to the ideas of independent voices in the boardroom.
- • informal How are you? (used especially after answering a similar enquiry).More example sentences
- How's the family and how's yourself?