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Morphologically your +‎ -selves.

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yourselves (second person, plural of yourself, plural reflexive of you)

  1. (reflexive) Inflection of you (plural) used as the object of a verb or non-locative preposition in a clause whose subject is the same (the people addressed).
    You shouldn't blame yourselves.
    Talk amongst yourselves.
  2. (emphatic) You (plural), used to intensify the subject as the group addressed.
    You yourselves won’t eat at that restaurant. Why are you recommending it to us?

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