Hassim and Immada would come down to the coast and wait for him on the islet.
Nevertheless he had suddenly made the islet seem different to her.
The yacht lost way rapidly, and lay quite still with the islet exactly abeam, half a mile off, as the captain had calculated.
The islet, dark and distinct in outline beneath the moon, summoned him.
It was found, apparently gregarious, under dead leaves in an islet in Trinity Bay.
Then the inhabitants of the house on the islet were not asleep, were not even in bed.
One evening he stopped at an islet in Lake Hielmar for the night.
"When I came to the top of the islet the Signorina was with that boy," the Marchesino continued.
The channel was unobstructed; and not an island, islet, or rock, was visible.
Lingard, standing to leeward abreast of the wheel, watched the islet first seen.
islet is·let (ī'lĭt)
A small island.