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Selfridge

[sel-frij] /ˈsɛl frɪdʒ/
noun
1.
Harry Gordon, 1857?–1947, British retail merchant, born in the U.S.
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  • You or I must have been ruined, Mr. Selfridge, and it has settled on you.

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  • There was nothing to do but wire Selfridge Field to ship me another wing.

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  • The guests of Mrs. Selfridge danced well into the small hours.

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  • That pot-bellied little fellow in the checked suit is Selfridge.

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  • That phase of the subject Selfridge did not want to discuss.

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  • Selfridge was the only man about him he could trust with it.

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  • Macdonald opened the door to let in Mrs. Selfridge and Mrs. Mallory.

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  • "How true, and I never thought of it," beamed Mrs. Selfridge.

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  • The tracks of the Selfridge party grew fainter after a night of rain.

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  • "My name is Selfridge," explained Wally, a trifle irritated.

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