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thee +‎ -self

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  1. (archaic, dialect) yourself
    • 1874, Benj. N. Martin, Choice Specimens of American Literature, And Literary Reader[1]:
      There was a will, friend, a true and lawful last will and testament of thee deceased uncle, in which theeself and thee cousin was made the sole heirs of the same.
    • 1880, Henry Woodcock, The Hero of the Humber[2]:
      Does thou think anybody but theeself would jump overboard a night like this?

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