Emerald Isle

NOUN
  1. an island comprising the republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland
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How To Use Emerald Isle In A Sentence

  • He is a zealous advocate for the rights of Irish immigrants and others as Chair of the Emerald Isle Immigration Centre.
  • Ground-breaking work to investigate the migratory movements of marine turtles in the UK Overseas Territories began on the Caribbean "Emerald Isle" of Montserrat this week.
  • As my thinking cap is keeping me positive, the emerald isle moves me.
  • She smelled the salt air and glanced along the lush hills of the glorious Emerald Isles.
  • Where until recently the Emerald Isle's saloons echoed to vociferous debate about economic downturns, the recent general election and mass emigration, the talk now is almost exclusively of right-arm spin, leg-breaks and googlies. Ireland expected England to hurl abuse in defeat, not throw flowers | Barry Glendenning
  • When Irish brewers tried to make porter in the Emerald Isle, they ended up producing stout, Andrew says, because the water was different.
  • It is no big secret that Liam and Noel Gallagher's lineage is 100% Irish with both of their parents hailing from the Emerald Isle.
  • Climate change threatens Emerald Isle with water shortage. A new report by the Irish American Climate Project says that global warming may cause Ireland's "rich, green scenery" to "fade to brown.
  • But to the Irish on the Emerald Isle it is a home-coming; a gesture of solidarity and kinsmanship in troubled times.
  • Climate change threatens Emerald Isle with water shortage. A new report by the Irish American Climate Project says that global warming may cause Ireland's "rich, green scenery" to "fade to brown.
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