look (oneself)

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look (oneself)

To have one's normal appearance of health or wellbeing. (Often used in negative constructions.) Are you feeling all right, Janet? You're not looking yourself today. After a couple days of proper rest, Jim was looking himself again.
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(not) look yourˈself

(informal) (not) look as healthy as you normally do: She wasn’t looking herself at all yesterday.He looks more himself this morning. His temperature’s come right down.
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look

alive/sharp Informal
To act or respond quickly: Look alive! We leave in five minutes.
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Aberdeen didn't look themselves on Wednesday and will be out to seek redemption.
But only those players will know themselves when they look themselves in the mirror at night.
So they look themselves in the mirror and realise they're putting on those extra kilos without even knowing it.
That should never have happened with the billion dollars plus that is going into MLS and youth soccer development but it did and every single person should look themselves in the mirror," he added.
West Indies captain Jason Holder has also called on each of his teammates to look themselves in the mirror and see where they can improve in the aftermath of the Edgbaston thrashing.
However, each player has to look themselves in the mirror and see where they can improve.
If not, the leader of the party that has failed to secure victory has to look themselves in the mirror and decide if it's the right thing for the party to continue.
One could say that it takes an extreme- ly brave person to look themselves in the mirror and decide that they need to change.
Nikola Babovski from the Alliance of the Vlachs, as one of those lustrated, brought a mirror to the dais inviting the members of the Commission to look themselves in it if they didn't at the time they passed their decisions.
Women are still swooning over the Sarah Burton-designed dress and have even tried to replicate the look themselves.
How the people who made the decision can look themselves in the mirror or sleep at night, I don't know.
Everyone in the team can look themselves in the mirror in that aspect.
In calling for transparency, our unsolicited advice to those with 'lying patterns' (LP) is to look themselves in the mirror, he added.