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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NNA - Environment Minister Mohammad Machnouk said, "We want landfills, not ships for deporting the trash except if we felt ourselves obliged to shift to the difficult choice.
We felt ourselves that they were such an honest bunch that they would improve as the year went on and they improved out of all proportion.
We felt ourselves trapped somehow, in patterns that we work with that are models we developed as a company.
Reviewing allows us to see how our children reacted to situations and, more importantly, it helps us understand how we felt ourselves.
The point makes currie's side safe from relegation but he said: "To be honest we've not been looking below us, we have always felt ourselves better than that.
Most of us have at one time or another felt ourselves in the grip of the explanatory drive.
Let's not forget the aggravation we all went through as we felt ourselves pulled further and further from that euphoric blooming world we were in on 11 Feb 2011.
We kind of know where it went wrong, and how we felt ourselves drifting apart," she added.
Since it's passing in 1998, the Human Rights Act has infuriated us by displaying a mindset so perverse that we Britons have felt ourselves becoming outsiders in our native island, unable to understand outrages like men who, convicted of violent sexual crimes, escape deportation because it infringes their "rights" to start families among us.
We immediately felt ourselves warming to the place with its neutral colour scheme on the ground floor, plush curtains and view of the quiet street.
Anna was excited and we were elated; we felt ourselves to be involved in a profoundly important creation.
I'm looking forward to the new challenge - but will be very sad to leave Abergele and St George, where my husband and I have developed many friendships and have felt ourselves to be very much part of the community.
We felt ourselves as a group that it was a good opportunity.
We felt ourselves to be something different and it was friendly competition.
This time it was just she and I, accustomed to farewells and separations, to living in exile and solitude, who now felt ourselves more complete, and we went out into the street.