reflexive pronoun

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a personal pronoun compounded with -self to show the agent's action affects the agent

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At the Bobrishtchevs' one always enjoys oneself, and at the Nikitins' too, while at the Mezhkovs' it's always dull.
No, my dear, for me there are no balls now where one enjoys oneself," said Anna, and Kitty detected in her eyes that mysterious world which was not open to her.
What enjoyment it would be to feel oneself thus suspended in ether, more favored than the birds who must use their wings to keep themselves up
It would be unfair to expect other people to be as remarkable as oneself.
Oh, it's terrible to feel oneself so in this man's power," thought Rostov.
MANAGING ONESELF IS BASED ON THESE REALITIES: WORKERS ARE LIKELY TO OUTLIVE ORGANIZATIONS, AND THE KNOWLEDGE WORKER HAS MOBILITY.
It was then when the magic of storytelling to live outside oneself and become protagonists of adventure took place.
He describes how leadership is everyone's vocation, not just those at the top of an organization, then details the path to authentic leadership, including becoming oneself and who one started out to be (rather than someone new) and being authentic and a whole person, which involves joining inner life and outer work, gifts and limits, and other aspects, and staying true to oneself.
In its edition this year MELA will tackle such topics as the passion to improve oneself, the importance of integrity in the workplace, open-mindedness to new possibilities, grace under pressure, and belief in oneself.
That being said, How to Win Your Tax Audit is an excellent resource to read cover to cover to prepare oneself in case the worst happens--or prior to consulting a trained legal professional in an expensive bill-by-the-hour setting
with oneself in loss loss of oneself loss of the earth sit I said to
The American Psychiatric Association has labeled it 'selfitis' and defined it as an obsessive compulsive desire to take photos of oneself and publish it on the social media.
The dictionary defines suicide as the intentional killing of oneself.
The tips, true stories, and vignettes from a multitude of contributors all revolve around learning to love and accept oneself, from escaping the inner craving for validation, to the importance of prioritizing proper self-care, to freeing oneself from excessive comparisons to other people.
Studies show that the very process of starving oneself causes changes in the brain that can lead to the inability to see oneself objectively.