feel (like) (one)self

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feel (like) (one)self

To feel as one normally does, physically or emotionally. I'm finally starting to feel like myself again after my bout with the flu. Marcy has been struggling with depression lately—I hope she feels herself again soon.
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References in classic literature ?
But I, feeling myself to be one too many, left them to their merriment and lagged behind, as usual on such occasions: I had no relish for walking beside Miss Green or Miss Susan like one deaf and dumb, who could neither speak nor be spoken to.
I have been to Paris a hundred times, and it never fails to give me a thrill of excitement; I can never walk its streets without feeling myself on the verge of adventure.
I've been working hard with the physio and it's nice to be getting back to feeling myself again, and now I'm looking forward to getting started.
I confess to feeling myself drifting toward a panic that I'd assumed had been buried and gone years ago.
Fans erupted in fury after footage from her Feeling Myself video apeared to show her pouring a PS15,000 bottle of champagne into a bubble bath.
Feeling myself nodding off in front of a red signal, I did what they advise on motorways - and pulled over straight on to the car park in front of this shop and pretended I could see the seaside reflected in the window.
As long as I'm feeling myself I'm definitely in no doubt I can go to the Olympics and win," he added.
In the midst of the night as I walked, feeling myself full and complete,
I know that feeling myself, and that is why we have to keep applying the pressure.
I'm just feeling myself these days," Brosnan says with a shrug.
I couldn't see a lot of things, I wasn't really concentrating and I wasn't feeling myself.
Q I AM 68 years old and for the last three months, I have not been feeling myself.