• his own person; to his own person; by his own person; from his own person
• you use himself as the object of a verb or preposition to refer to the same man, boy, or male animal that is mentioned as the subject of the clause, or as a previous object in the clause.
• you also use himself to emphasize the male subject or object of a clause, and to make it clear who you are referring to.
• if a man or boy does something himself, he does it without any help or interference from anyone else.
• took himself for who he is, learned to like himself
• matched himself, suited himself
• in the role of himself, as his own character
• was good, obeyed, conducted himself properly
• held himself responsible, thought he was the reason, thought himself guilty
brought it upon himself
• caused himself the problems, created his own misfortune
• alone, solitary; by his own ability
• restrained himself, repress himself
• exonerated himself, vindicated himself, established his innocence, preserved his reputation
• restrained himself, held himself back
• protected himself
• humiliated himself, abased himself
• mislead himself ...