Definitions

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  • pro. yourself

Etymologies

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Examples

  • ‘There hain’t no hedges her, mon, nor yet no blackberries; so sit thee down and warm theeself.

    Framley Parsonage

  • ‘Come in, Robin postman, and warm theeself awhile,’ said Jemima the cook, pushing a stool a little to one side, but still well in front of the big kitchen fire.

    Framley Parsonage

  • Thee is a man of courage, and thee heart will not fail thee, even if thee should find theeself led into the heart of the Injun nation.

    Nick of the Woods

  • "Truly," said Nathan, after reflecting awhile, "thee might make theeself of service to the maid, even in thee own way; but, verily, thee is an unlucky man, and thee brings bad luck wheresoever thee goes; and so I'm afeard of thee."

    Nick of the Woods

  • I been as free to shed blood as thee theeself, yet could I not have saved the babe in that way, seeing that my gun was taken from me, and I was unarmed.

    Nick of the Woods

  • "Now, little dog Peter," said he, "I leave thee to take care of theeself and the young man that is with thee; and do thee be good, and faithful, and obedient, as thee always has been, and have a good care thee keeps out of mischief."

    Nick of the Woods

  • "Thee may find theeself mistaken," said Nathan, giving up his gun to one of the young men, but instead of rejecting his hat, pulling it down tight over his brows.

    Nick of the Woods

  • Well, friend, "continued the narrator," having crept up as near as I durst, I could see how thee was fixed, tied to the poles so thee could not help theeself; and the three savages lying beside thee, with their guns in the hollows of their arms, ready to be seized in a moment.

    Nick of the Woods

  • Truly it was Peter's opinion that this prisoner was theeself -- thee own very self

    Nick of the Woods

  • "Has thee no foe, then, at home, whom thee has theeself wronged to that point that he would willingly league with murdering Injuns to take thee life?"

    Nick of the Woods

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