enisle

enisle

[en-ahyl]
verb (used with object), enisled, enisling.
1.
to make an island of.
2.
to place on an island.
3.
to isolate.

Origin:
1605–15; en-1 + isle

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enisle (ɪnˈaɪl)
 
vb
poetic (tr) to put on or make into an island

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