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ourself

[ahr-self, ouuh r-, ou-er-] /ɑrˈsɛlf, aʊər-, ˌaʊ ər-/
pronoun
1.
one's own person, individuality, etc., considered as private and apart from others:
It is for ourself that we should strive for greater knowledge.
2.
(a form corresponding to ourselves, used of a single person, especially in the regal or formal style, as we for I):
We have taken unto ourself such powers as may be necessary.
Origin of ourself
1300-1350
1300-50; Middle English oure self; see our, self
Usage note
See myself.
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British Dictionary definitions for ourself

ourself

/aʊəˈsɛlf/
pronoun
1.
(archaic) a variant of myself, formerly used by monarchs or editors in formal contexts
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