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Isolde

[ih-sohld, ih-sohl-duh; German ee-zawl-duh] /ɪˈsoʊld, ɪˈsoʊl də; German iˈzɔl də/
noun
1.
German name of Iseult.
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  • Meg—I should say Margaret—shall never sing Isolde with my permission.

    Melomaniacs James Huneker
  • I can quite sympathize with what you tell me of your mother's dislike for the rôle of Isolde.

    Melomaniacs James Huneker
  • Why should I burn myself up with Isolde and weep my heart out with Sieglinde?

    Melomaniacs James Huneker
  • Tristan und Isolde is the falsifying of all the pet Wagner doctrines—Ah!

    Old Fogy James Huneker
  • It was true that he had resolved to put stars and Isolde alike from his life.

    Robert Orange John Oliver Hobbes
  • All very well for the day, no doubt, but could Cuzzoni sing Isolde?

    The Merry-Go-Round Carl Van Vechten
  • Isolde sprang to it, slipping the bolts with trembling fingers.

    A Modern Mercenary

    Kate Prichard and Hesketh Vernon Hesketh-Prichard
  • Isolde turned with a startling look of dislike and suspicion.

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Isolde

/iˈzɔldə/
noun
1.
the German name of Iseult
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