For the United States, in the face of this revolutionary uncertainty, Israel remains an isle of democratic stability.
Cyprus is nicknamed the isle of Love because it is the mythical birthplace of Aphrodite.
He was living on his own in a comfortable apartment on the isle St Louis.
A trio played a series of golden oldies—“Moon River,” “The isle of Capri,” and “Over the Rainbow.”
Lest you forget our planet has a molten core, this volatile Italian isle will set you straight.
Such books, and France's "isle of Penguins," are not disturbing as bed-books.
The scene of Turkish cruelty was now transferred to the isle of Crete.
Plato was arrested and sold into slavery on his own isle of Ægina.
Upon an isle not far from home they hid the young wolf pups.
A single aim, a single hope sustained her: that of leaving the isle of Sarek.
late 13c., from Old French ile, earlier isle, from Latin insula "island," of uncertain origin, perhaps (as the Ancients guessed) from in salo "(that which is) in the sea," from ablative of salum "the open sea." The -s- was restored first in French, then in English in the late 1500s.