How to use Gwyn in a sentence
The absurdly successful Gwyn Barry is a hilarious take on middlebrow, narcissistic celebrity authors.
It was into these palaces of privilege that Jen and Gwyn seemed to disappear barely moments after their red-carpet strolls.
The new bridge, as well as the market and other changes, was the work of an engineer named Gwyn.
I sent it by post in a strong box to Mr. Gwyn Jeffreys to be named, and heard two days afterwards that he had started for Italy.More Letters of Charles Darwin Volume II | Charles Darwin
May I be struck stone dead ef ole Meshach ain't Gwyn in to the Jedge's!
I can't git no jobs and I run arrands for everybody fur nothin', but the first money I git I'm Gwyn to buy a new hat with.
I thought Mr. Johnson was Gwyn to give me some gold too, so I could buy Roxy, but yer's all he give me.
British Dictionary definitions for Gwyn
Nell, original name Eleanor Gwynne. 1650–87, English actress; mistress of Charles II
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