yours truly

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Recorded in the late 1700s as a closing in a letter. Since the mid-1800s for "I", "me", or "myself".[1]

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yours truly

  1. (idiomatic) Used to close a note or letter.
    Please write back soon! Yours truly, Alice.

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yours truly

  1. (idiomatic, informal, humorous) I, me, or myself.
    This one was created by yours truly.

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