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Correct spelling for THEMSELVE'S
We think the word themselve's is a misspelling. It could be just an incorrect spelling of the words which are suggested below. Review the list and pick the word which you think is the most suitable. For your convenience, we put a usage example below each word
Possible correct spellings for themselve's
- Ourselves(Definition of Ourselves)
- Measles(Definition of measles)
- Themselves(Definition of Themselves)
- Himself(Definition of Himself)
- Thyself(Definition of Thyself)
- Selves(Definition of Selves)
- Yourselves(Definition of Yourselves)
Think of us having this to ourselves, and the great general right in the next room.
I had the measles, and therefore i should not have to go back to school!
They was left to themselves.
I see conabar himself!
In this manner i filled the bag up to the mouth, and carried it to that person; on seeing it, he said, "whatever is in the bag take it for thyself, and go away from hence; for thy stay in this city will not do thee good."
I live with my eye upon the future; the work of my life is to lead people to follow their better natures and to be true to their best selves.
"alas, my poor damsels!
But this is just the way the spiritual physician, with whom the devil enslaves and corrupts women, acts.
Now you may read for yourselves the stories that were told in an indian lodge on a winter evening.