Definition of Sellas

1. sella [n] - See also: sella



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Sellas

sell one's soul
sell oneself short
sell out
sell past the close
sell short
sell someone a bill of goods
sell someone a pup
sell up
sell wolf tickets
sella
sella turcica
sellable
sellae
sellaite
sellar
sellas (current term)
selle
selled
sellee
sellees
sellenders
seller
seller's market
sellers' market
sellers' markets
sellery
selles
sellest
selleth
selling

Literary usage of Sellas

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1. A Modern History of New London County, Connecticut by Benjamin Tinkham Marshall (1922)
"Since that time he has carried it forward under the name of the sellas Spa, ... Broadening his activities in 1912, Mr. sellas opened a modern restaurant ..."

2. The Archaeological Journal by British Archaeological Association (1858)
"from the work of Theophilus, the monk, "De diversis Artibus." In his instructions to saddlers, he says, " sellas autem equestres et ..."

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