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Eleuthera

[ih-loo-ther-uh] /ɪˈlu θər ə/
noun
1.
an island in the N Bahamas. 164 sq. mi. (425 sq. km).
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  • He had been over to the pier to look after the Eleuthera, and had found Joseph at his house.

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  • Ah, he might have hired a boat like the Eleuthera to bring him off.

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  • He promised to take good care of the Eleuthera, and he asked no troublesome questions.

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  • A shot from her heavy gun knocked off the upper works on one side of the Eleuthera, but did no other damage.

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  • Now, Mr. Passford, you can do as you did on our former voyage in the Eleuthera: turn in and sleep till morning.

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