West Indies

NOUN
  1. the string of islands between North America and South America; a popular resort area
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How To Use West Indies In A Sentence

  • The latest crisis in West Indies cricket and the unceremonious sacking of the best WI talent is the ultimate insult to West Indians.
  • The range of the cero mackerel is limited to the western Atlantic Ocean, from Massachusetts, USA south to Brazil, including the Bahamas and West Indies.
  • Fugitive slaves from the West Indies or Guyana, or their descendants, were called Maroons.
  • The only better run is by West Indies, who won ten successive Tests against England in the course of consecutive series whitewashes in 1984 and 1985-86.
  • The next in seniority was entirely adverse to the invaliding, as, without he could invalide too, he would have to go to the West Indies in the place of our surgeon. Rattlin the Reefer
  • English in the West Indies; or, the/[Page xi]/Bow of Ulysses '(the long bow of Ulysses it should have been), provoked numerous damaging replies, the most effective of which was' Mr. Froude's Negrophobia; or, New Letters and Memorials of Jane Welsh Carlyle
  • The West Indies were constrained early in their chase by some healthy swing bowling aided by the overcast conditions.
  • The term arrowroot is said to be derived from the fact that the natives of the West Indies use the roots of the plant as an application to wounds made by poison arrows. Catalogue of Economic Plants in the Collection of the U. S. Department of Agriculture
  • West Indies won the inaugural Test 13 years ago, but had to rely on some unsportsmanlike tactics to avoid defeat five years ago.
  • Both species (Solenodon paradoxus and Solenodon cubanus) of the solenodon of the West Indies also are poisonous.
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