Ze're bidden tak this gay mantèl, Tis a' gowd bot the hem: Zou maun gae to the gude grene wode, Ev'n by your sel alane.
So I condecended to sel ours at same rate the Hollanders doe theirs.
About this time much dissatisfaction was caused by speculators in the capital hoarding “sel,” the coin of the country.
But the expression appears to mean happily in, And he folgede is red on sel, GE 1866; on good sel, id.
Celibacy, sel′i-bas-i, or se-lib′as-i, n. a single life: an unmarried state.
Celery, sel′er-i, n. a kitchen vegetable cultivated for its long blanched succulent stalks.
Psellism, sel′izm, n. a defect in articulation—also Psellis′mus.
From the day when sel made the first disclosure, she was never heard once to refer to the matter.
selion, sel′yon, n. a ridge of land rising between two furrows.
And ye are to remember I wad bear the wyte for 't, for naebody but our two sel's should ken the truth.