oneself in Indonesian
"Nothing ever tastes better," she said, "than what one eats all by oneself;" and she was quite satisfied with her day’s work.
The only thing he considers of any importance is whether one believes it oneself.
Her first care was to explain to Julio the conservatism of her tailored suit, the absence of jewels in the adornment of her person. "The war, my dear! Now it is the chic thing to adapt oneself to the depressing conditions, to be frugal
It isn't necessary to drown oneself in a glass of water.
"I want to do something for the famine-stricken peasants," I began, and after a brief pause I went on: " Money, of course, is a great thing, but to confine oneself to subscribing money, and with that to be satisfied, would be evading the worst of the trouble.
"Who says it's a sin to enjoy oneself?" he asked himself with vexation.
All one has to do is to show some pluck, and not let oneself be shouted down.
But other people like to meet them and I think one owes it to oneself to show the poor things some attention.
Freedom means you are not; freedom means to be free from oneself.
If Soames thought this or thought that, one had better save oneself the bother of thinking too.