sellar sel·lar (sěl'ər, -är')
Of, relating to, or characterized by the sella turcica.
Mr. sellar has called attention to the 'prophetic fury' of these lines, their 'wild agitated tones'.
sellar was another Scotchman whom I knew as an undergraduate at Balliol.
sellar asked if we saw anything peculiar in a certain line from Horace.
Beybars accepted the proffered throne on the condition that sellar also retained his place.
Beybars was then seized and throttled by Nasir, and sellar was starved to death.
A courteous fellow-student of sellar once showed his relatives over Balliol.
Beybars, also, was now deserted by sellar, and he at length was obliged to resign.
sellar never showed resentment to the students who addressed him as Professor sellars.
Whilst sellar was wasting immense sums, the sultan was in fact almost starving.
The duxes from the schools suffered a little during their first year, from a feeling that they and sellar understood each other.