not feel (oneself)

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not feel (oneself)

To not feel physically or mentally well; to not feel as one normally should. I'm sorry for getting upset at you earlier. I just don't feel myself today. I know Mary hasn't felt herself ever since her cousin died.
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not feeling oneself

 and not feel like oneself
Fig. to feel upset, troubled, or disturbed in some way. I'm sorry I said what I said. I'm not feeling myself today.
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not feel yourˈself

not feel as healthy, happy, etc. as you usually feel: I don’t feel myself this morning; I think I’ll stay at home.
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Without my and job I don't feel myself, I'm that shy girl overshadowed by the boisterous boys.
I feel constantly sick and I don't feel myself," she said in a statement.
I don't feel myself ready to win the tournament here today.
Copper is shoegaze in its rumbling intensity while Poncho snarls, "I don't feel myself today" with Elastica-like singsong singing and some Pink Floyd-style "ahhs".
I just don't feel myself effective in the coalition," he said by phone.
I just don't feel myself without my tail,' he said.
I don't feel myself when I have brown hair If I ever feature in my own dream, I've always got blonde hair.
I don't feel myself to be a woman, so I enjoy being able to be who I feel I really am online.
Confronted in this way, I have to say that I don't feel myself in the presence of genius at all.
I don't feel myself at all and I am going through my worst spell of the season.
I don't feel myself to be a German - well, I'm not, I'm British naturalised, British by choice - but it's always close to me, the German background.