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EtymologyEdit

my +‎ selves, modelled on myself.

PronounEdit

myselves

  1. (reflexive, nonstandard) me; used to indicate the speaker as an entity with more than one self.
    • Frank O'Hara
      So many pistols I have borrowed to protect myselves from creatures who too readily recognize my weapons and have murder in their heart!
    • Robert Silverberg
      I can't communicate with myselves. I lost millions in the last couple of weeks, playing the market the regular way.