Definition of Isabels

1. isabel [n] - See also: isabel



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Isabels

is-ought problem
is-to-be
is anyone sitting here
is it going to rain
is it just me
is that a gun in your pocket or are you just pleased to see me
is that so
is the Pope Catholic
is there a smaller size
isabel
isabella
isabella grape
isabella moth
isabellas
isabelline
isabels (current term)
isagoge
isagoges
isagogic
isagogical
isagogics
isagon
isallobar
isallobaric
isallobars
isamiashi
isapostolic
isarithm
isarithms
isatide

Literary usage of Isabels

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Modern Story-teller, Or, The Best Stories of the Best Authors, Now First by Indiana University, Digital Library Program, Committee on Institutional Cooperation (1856)
"The Two isabels. "Oh love, love, love, love I—love is like a dizziness It will not let a poor man go abont bis business."—Ou> Soya. ..."

2. Filipino Popular Tales by Dean Spruill Fansler (1921)
"The duende gave Mabait two or three isabels * every day, and by the end of the ... "Open the jar, and I will give you ten isabels," said the little man. ..."

3. Rural Affairs by John Jacob Thomas (1875)
"115. are the isabels, which probably derive their name from their color. ... isabels are delicate and elegant birds. They breed freely, and are perfectly ..."

4. The Modern Story-teller, Or, The Best Stories of the Best Authors, Now First by Indiana University, Digital Library Program, Committee on Institutional Cooperation (1856)
"The Two isabels. "Oh love, love, love, love I—love is like a dizziness It will not let a poor man go abont bis business."—Ou> Soya. ..."

5. Filipino Popular Tales by Dean Spruill Fansler (1921)
"The duende gave Mabait two or three isabels * every day, and by the end of the ... "Open the jar, and I will give you ten isabels," said the little man. ..."

6. Rural Affairs by John Jacob Thomas (1875)
"115. are the isabels, which probably derive their name from their color. ... isabels are delicate and elegant birds. They breed freely, and are perfectly ..."

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