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1Oneself, in particular.
- 1.1Used ironically to refer to oneself or someone else.‘an article with a picture of my good self’
- ‘I'm so sorry that so many people met your sorry selves one morning in July, and for the memories you have resurrected within me.’
- 1.2Used on counterfoils, cheques, and other papers to refer to the holder or person who has signed.‘the uppermost counterfoil was marked ‘Self’’
- 1.1Used ironically to refer to oneself or someone else.
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