yours truly

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pronoun
  1. Informal. I; myself; me: I'm only in business to profit yours truly.

Origin of yours truly

First recorded in 1790–1800
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Related Words for yours truly

personally

British Dictionary definitions for yours truly

yours truly

pronoun
  1. an informal term for I, myself, or me

Word Origin for yours truly

from the conventional closing phrase used at the end of letters
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Idioms and Phrases with yours truly

yours truly

1

A closing formula for a letter, as in It was signed “Yours truly, Mary Smith.” [Late 1700s]

2

I, me, myself, as in Jane sends her love, as does yours truly. [Colloquial; mid-1800s]

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