Third-person singular simple present indicative form of select.(verb)
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Use "selects" in a sentence
"Whereas the author, in his public lonelilness, with only himself to rely on, hemmed in of necessity by his ego, struggles to do his best, the publisher selects from the common effort whatever his instinct and his feeling of the necessary considers as just and beneficial."
"Above are some selects from the meeting of Winston and Lily."
"Should Hillary be selected as VP and Mccain selects a desirable VP we all shall return back to our fold."