thyself

[thahy-self]
pronoun
1.
an emphatic appositive to thou or thee.
2.
a substitute for reflexive thee.

Origin:
before 900; Middle English thi self (see thy, self (noun)); replacing Old English thē self (see thee, self (adj.))

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thyself (ðaɪˈsɛlf)
 
pron
a.  thou the reflexive form of thee
 b.  (intensifier): thou, thyself, wouldst know

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Example sentences
Trust thyself: every heart vibrates to that iron string.
Retire within thyself, and thou will discover how small a stock is there.
Thou shalt not limit thyself to one medium to broadcast messages.
Viewpoint: physician, know thyself: the professional cultural of medicine as a framework for teaching cultural competence.
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