look yourself

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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References in classic literature ?
You said up there, didn't you, and now look yourself, and see where your tongs are pointing.
Do come, Anne" cried Mary, "come and look yourself.
The girl swore and said: "Have a look yourself, then get me home
Being able to look yourself in the mirror might mean you endure some heated run-ins, but not asserting yourself - whilst avoiding a few short term bruises - could bring a lifetime of regret, pain and shame.
Look yourself and investigate who are those sitting in different positions at Customs now,' he said.
It was a bit of breathing space to look yourself in the mirror and come back and do your job right for the second half of the season," he added.
I ots off ed ho ale told them that I had lots of opportunities in life, off the field, on the field, and I wasted most of them," said Gustard, who chose The Guy In The Glass by Dale Wimbrow as it highlights the need to be able to look yourself in the eye.
He chose The Man In The Glass by Dale Wimbrow as it highlights the need to be able to look yourself in the eye.
Create a positive feedback so that once you are done flossing the one tooth you would look yourself in the mirror and smile or say, "You're awesome
And if you can still look yourself in the eye in the mirror after that, good for you.
There's a few where "Be honest with yourself, be able to look yourself in the mirror and say, 'You know what, I did everything I could.
COLD SHOULDER THE 'cold shoulder' style has become a trend in its own right recently, but you can create the look yourself by layering a sleeveless top under a Bardot dress.
You should look yourself and your "peers" up on the Wall Street Journal or ProPublica web sites.
Being able to look yourself in the mirror every day and to say I ran my race clean is important to me to represent not only the armed forces, but my family name, as well.
As an alternative explanation to SMORC, Ariely proposes an identity-based model for cheating, summarized in this question: Can you look yourself in the mirror after cheating and still count yourself honest?