Definition of 'isle'
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Luck begins with a call from a holiday isle. The Sun (2012)An inquest on the holiday isle recorded a verdict of accidental death. The Sun (2006)Eat in this way and you will return from any Greek isle with your figure intact. Times, Sunday Times (2007)The case has caused outrage in the Mediterranean holiday isle. The Sun (2011)Spanish police arrested him on the holiday isle and took him to Madrid. The Sun (2012)Filming is due to begin soon on the holiday isle of Malta. The Sun (2006)The trial on the Greek holiday isle had to be temporarily halted as she fainted in the witness box and was escorted out. The Sun (2010)It made its unscheduled landing midway through the trip on the Indonesian holiday isle of Bali. The Sun (2015)He might have kicked off life from humble beginnings on the tiny sunshine isle of Madeira off the coast of Africa. The Sun (2014)And until now she has kept her desert island discs firmly away from cameras on holiday on the isle of St Barts. The Sun (2008)
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Used Occasionally. isle is one of the 30000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'isle'
British English: isle NOUN
An isle is an island; often used as part of an island's name, or in literary English.
...the paradise isle of Bali.
Definition of isle from the Collins English Dictionary
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