Yourself-it in a sentence

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To the critic is well enough, if you like to be overhauled and put out of conceit with yourself,-it may do you good; but I wouldn't go to 'the governor' with my verses, if I were you.
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If you will look at the letter now, you will detect it yourself-it is observable in every line.
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And here it should be noted that hatred is acquired as much by good works as by bad ones, therefore, as I said before, a prince wishing to keep his state is very often forced to do evil; for when that body is corrupt whom you think you have need of to maintain yourself-it may be either the people or the soldiers or the nobles-you have to submit to its humours and to gratify them, and then good works will do you harm.
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This," said the widow, "you must deliver yourself-it is of consequence.
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It actually brought your own excellent understanding, which was by nature quick-sighted, and rendered more so by art and a subtlety of logic peculiar to yourself-it brought, I say, your very acute understanding to see nothing clearly, and enveloped all the great truths of reason and religion in mists of doubt.
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Shuddering, Anna pressed her child to her bosom, and cast an anxiously interrogating glance at her husband, who was sitting by her. "Be calm, tranquillize yourself-it will all be well," said the latter, with a smile.
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Examples of Yourself-it

Example #1
For either he will think what you have written is something wonderful, almost as good as he could have written himself,-in fact, he always did believe in hereditary genius,-or he will pooh-pooh the whole rhyming nonsense, and tell you that you had a great deal better stick to your business, and leave all the word-jingling to Mother Goose and her followers.
Example #2
Show me your verses,' says Horace.
Example #3
Straightway the clergyman went off, with this seed of suspicion sprouting in him, and wrote to a minister residing in that town where Williams had been jailed and converted; asked for light; and also asked if a person in the literary line (meaning me) might be allowed to print the letter and tell its history.
Example #4
The literary artist had detected the literary machinery.
Example #5
But let us come to Alexander, who was a man of such great goodness, that among the other praises which are accorded him is this, that in the fourteen years he held the empire no one was ever put to death by him unjudged; nevertheless, being considered effeminate and a man who allowed himself to be governed by his mother, he became despised, the army conspired against him, and murdered him.
Example #6
But Pertinax was created emperor against the wishes of the soldiers, who, being accustomed to live licentiously under Commodus, could not endure the honest life to which Pertinax wished to reduce them; thus, having given cause for hatred, to which hatred there was added contempt for his old age, he was overthrown at the very beginning of his administration.