hisself

[ hi-self, hiz- ]

pronounNonstandard.

Origin of hisself

1
Middle English word dating back to 1350–1400; see origin at his, self

Words Nearby hisself

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How to use hisself in a sentence

  • Sent Alfaretta around to tell us that 'he'd overdone hisself and was obliged to take a vacation.'

    Dorothy at Skyrie | Evelyn Raymond
  • He's goin' away hisself-goin' ter-morrow—goin' to that same place he went before—England, some feller called it.

  • He's lettin' hisself go lak a Derby-winner on de home stretch!

    Quin | Alice Hegan Rice
  • He'll get hisself that drunk, you won't be able to stir him.

    An Old Man's Love | Anthony Trollope
  • If that 'ere secretary fellow keeps on for only five minutes more, he'll blow hisself up with toast and water.'

    The Pickwick Papers | Charles Dickens