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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He also congratulated the successful student especially to the female students because they completed this course with full zeal & devotion and hoped that they would utilize this training practically in their lives and would prove themself an active part of the society.
He also congratulated the successful student especially to the female students because they completed this course with full zeal and devotion and hoped that they would utilize this training practically in their lives and would prove themself an active part of the society.
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