Western Isles

NOUN
  1. a group of more than 500 islands off the western coast of Scotland
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How To Use Western Isles In A Sentence

  • A Western Isles man has been appointed detective inspector for Orkney, Shetland, Caithness and Sutherland.
  • Our ideas about past life on the Western Isles have been coloured by these contemporary experiences.
  • To this opinion Dr. Beattie has given his suffrage, in that following elegant passage: -- 'A pibroch is a species of tune, peculiar, I think, to the Highlands and Western Isles of Scotland. The Lady of the Lake
  • He was a keen promoter and supporter of the Gaelic language and thoroughly enjoyed visiting the Western Isles to improve his command of the language.
  • A spokesman for Comhairle Nan Eilean Siar, the Council for the Western Isles, said the film had been a great boost for the economy.
  • There are 17,725 crofts and more than 33,000 people living in crofting households concentrated on the western seaboard of the Highland mainland, the Western Isles, Shetland, Skye and the Inner Hebrides.
  • Some years ago, while trekking over the peaty moorland of the Western Isles, I stumbled upon it quite by accident.
  • Importantly, the backdrop was the sublime other-worldly, essentially Gaelic landscape of the Western Isles, whose vastness he would later capture not only on canvas but in a series of extraordinary photographs.
  • The Western Isles Hospital opened in 1992, is served by 13 consultants and has facilities for general surgery, orthopaedics, obstetrics and gynaecology, and anaesthetics.
  • Our ideas about past life on the Western Isles have been coloured by these contemporary experiences.
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