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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Some of the fifty Indians who had remained on the south side of the river, perceived what was going on, and, feeling themselves too weak for an attack, gave the alarm to those on the opposite side, upwards of a hundred of whom embarked in several large canoes.
Addressing on the occasion, the protesting persons said that they are feeling themselves insecure due to the worsening law and order situation in the city.
Those feeling themselves inferior to Nawaz Sharif can utter anything they desire, he added.
It offends me, on his behalf, when l hear the same unpleasant rhetoric from certain factions that the Nazis used, demonising certain sections of society and certain races and feeling themselves superior.
He said that murder of Abdur Rehman had created panic among the entire business community as businessmen were feeling themselves unsafe in the town.
Support act, Danish singersongwriter Mads Langer, gives you music that is soft, gentle and melancholic, in fact the exact opposite of The Feeling themselves, and isn't exactly destined to create a thrilling air of excitement at a live gig.
Feeling themselves as the Cinderella sector,' he said.
This amalgamation of musicians who are heeding this warning of, uh, if we don't do what we do and if we don't start fucking in the streets and push people into getting down and feeling themselves the fuck up, and getting on with one another, that we as a society are going to crash.
The former surveyor also takes his teaching very seriously; however, he conceives of it principally as the nurturing of a relationship with his students and as inducting them into the possibility of taking a more holistic approach to their own lives rather than feeling themselves to be labeled or constrained by their current course.
The British differ strikingly in not feeling themselves to be European--only the Greeks and the Swedes define themselves more strongly in purely national terms.
Feeling themselves to be under attack, controllers are demanding a genuine dialogue with all those involved in the air transport sector, especially with airlines.
We have desire of all types, heterosexual and homosexual, from women who flirt with other women despite feeling themselves largely heterosexual, to the lesbian in the title story who finds herself drawn irresistibly to a young man.
Talking to reporter, Chief Organizer of the Rawalpindi-chapter body Raja Khalid Mehmood said with stoppage of the allowance, employees are facing difficulties in making payments for their rented houses and feeling themselves insecure.
Ajmal Khan and his driver Mohibullah, there was uncertainty in the universities and academic staff and students were feeling themselves un-secure.