themself


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them·self

 (thĕm-sĕlf′, thəm-)
pron.
1. Informal Himself or herself. Used as a gender-neutral reflexive pronoun: "Relationships are hard, but all the work is worth it, unless the person you're with has totally let themself go" (John Metz).
2. Nonstandard Themselves: "I was telling Bubber how he and my uncles owns the whole place themself" (Carson McCullers).
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Especially new players and foreigner players who find some kind of difficulty and people need time to adapt themself.
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According to information I have received, at the entrance to the Ataturk Airport international terminal a terrorist first opened fire with a Kalashnikov and then blew themself up," he said in comments broadcast by CNN Turk.
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