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hisself (plural theirselves)
- (now chiefly dialectal or informal) Himself.
- c. 1853, Cuthbert M. Bede (pseudonym; Edward Bradley), chapter XII, in The Adventures of Mr. Verdant Green:
- Among those who seemed disposed to join in this opinion was the Jehu of the Warwickshire coach, who expressed his conviction to our hero, that "he wos a young gent as had much himproved hisself since he tooled him up to the Warsity with his guvnor."
- 1897, The Cosmopolitan, volume 22, page 564:
- Then when he had finally got through he sat down and luk'd as tho' he hisself would die of grief if they brought in a verdict of guilty.