Tikibu: pronunciation dictionary with use examples
IPA transcription: [s'ɛlwɪn]
And this was Selwyn's way.
It was a fascinating game to Selwyn.
After her in his affections came Selwyn, whom he soon saw was the most intelligent of the whole litter.
Selwyn now devoted himself to the making of enough conservative senators to control comfortably that body.
One of the Supreme Court justices died, two retired because of age, and all were replaced by men suggested by Selwyn.
I will write to Mrs. Selwyn, and tell her how much I wish your return; and Mrs. Clinton can take sufficient care of you.
Selwyn used the weekly press so that he could reach the fireside of every farmer and the dweller in the small country towns.
But, after he had been bitterly assailed by Selwyn's papers and by his senators, he made no further attempts at independence.
Selwyn's force, from end to end, was composed of able men who did a full day's work under the eye of their watchful taskmaster.
After the nomination, Selwyn had trusted men put in charge of the campaign, which he organized himself, though largely under cover.