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What is the meaning of the phrase beside myself?

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Speechless with bewilderment. Dumbfounded with a tad bit of shock.
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How did Adage I'm beside myself originate?

Similar to "I'm out of my mind". Originally came from a phrase used in the Bible, in 2 Corinthians 5:13 - "For if we are beside ourselves, it is for God; if we are of sound mi

Is the following phrase correct Myself and Bob?

No. Never use "myself" in place of "me" or "I." For example, "Talk to me and Bob," or "Bob and I are here to help." ALSO myself herself himself ourselves etc are called ref

What is the origin of beside myself?

It means experiencing extreme joy. "Beside" was formerly (15th through 19th centuries) used in phrases to mean "out of a mental state or condition, as 'beside one's patience,

Can beside myself be used in a sentence?

(The idiomatic phrase "to be beside oneself" means to be anxious, upset or disturbed.) "After my dog wandered off, I was beside myself with worry."

Is this a correct grammatical phrase myself and my husband?

You usually refer to others before yourself. Myself is a reflexive pronoun and usually refers back to the subject of the sentence or clause. I admire myself. We cooked the