Edwin

[ US /ˈɛdwən, ˈɛdwɪn/ ]
NOUN
  1. king of Northumbria who was converted to Christianity (585-633)
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How To Use Edwin In A Sentence

  • ‘On the 18th, we were ‘invaded’ by a flock of over 100 mixed redwings, grackles, starlings, and cowbirds that ate everything in sight and emptied the bird bath in minutes!’
  • Edwin, who, with Grimsby, had volunteered the dangerous service of reconnoitering the enemy, returned within an hour, bringing in a straggler from the English camp. The Scottish Chiefs
  • Redwing ordered them to lower the anchor, and they got into the jolly boats and went ashore.
  • Sa tinuoray lang naibog kaayo ko niining porma sa inyong balay (I really admire the design of your house), admits Mayor Edwin G. Reyes at the turnover of the housing units here Wednesday. undefined
  • Also includes the site of the moated palace of King Edwin and Queen Ethelburga.
  • Edwin van der Sar, 39, had nothing to apologise for, but the veteran understandably does not dominate the goalmouth.
  • In this country, unless the weather is severe, the birds frequent open country associating with redwings, blackbirds and yellowhammers.
  • Edwinia, with its attractive waxy white flowers, and potentilla, with bloom of gold, are shrubs which lend a charm to much of the mountain-section. Wild Life on the Rockies
  • Megat Junid told The Standard that Usmea was founded after talks with Edwin Feulner three years ago.
  • The list was impressive and included robins, starlings, a goldfinch, blackbirds, redwings, chaffinches, wood pigeons and black-headed gulls.
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