look oneself

look oneself  {v. phr.}
To appear self-possessed and well; look or seem in full possession of your abilities and in good health; to appear all right or normal.
Mary had had a long illness, but now she looked quite herself again.
It had been a big night, and Uncle John had been drinking freely, but he looked entirely himself after a night's sleep.
- Often used in the negative.
What's wrong with Larry? He doesn't look himself.
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