From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishyours trulyyours trulya)TCMused at the end of a letter, before the signatureb)informalXX used humorously to mean yourselfSo, yours truly was left to clean up. →truly
yours truly• There are an awful lot of Luddites out there with computer dyslexia, including Yours Truly.• It is very important so I hope you will come. Yours truly, Hilda Passmore.• The man of your dreams has come. Yours truly is handsome, ear-nose-throat specialist, well settled in Connecticut.• A comparatively leisurelyschedule of Yours Truly still entailedtravelling to twenty-one cities in thirty-five weeks.• Of course it's Yours Truly that's got to dust the whole kit and caboodle!• All high tech and computers and whatnot. Yours truly won't be moving to the new premises.