theirself

Related to theirself: Themself

their·selves

 (thâr-sĕlvz′) also their·self (-sĕlf′)
pron. Chiefly Southern & South Midland US
Themselves. See Note at hisself.

theirself

(ðɛəˈsɛlf)
pron
a dialect form of themselves
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While self-esteem is the level to which individual sees theirself as worthy (Rosenberg, M.
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What really get on my nerve is they all call theirself protestant.
On Day Three, Jeffrey claims that a minimum wage increase will "help me or anybody, you know, that's rentin', or anything like that, where they could put money back maybe to better theirself (sic), where they can get a home and stuff like that.
A person who has good contact with theirself has a relaxed relationship with life.
Left those two little kids in the house by theirself.