or Scil·ly Is·lands
[sil-ee ahylz or sil-ee ahy-luh ndz]
- a group of about 140 small islands, SW of Land's End, England. 6½ sq. mi. (17 sq. km) Capital: Hugh Town.
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Examples from the Web for scillonian
I did not know that story of a Scillonian and a river,' she said, coldly.
Did you ever hear the story, gentlemen, of the Scillonian sailor?'
This it is to be a Scillonian, and to believe what you hear in church.
It was a Scilly youth—I mean a Scillonian—who sat down on the river bank to wait for the water to go by.
I asked a Scillonian, half in fun, whether they always kept their lamps alight as late as half-past nine.The Isles of Scilly
- of or relating to the Scilly Isles or their inhabitants
- a native or inhabitant of the Scilly Isles
Scilly Islands Scillies (ˈsɪlɪz)
- a group of about 140 small islands (only five inhabited) off the extreme SW coast of England: tourist centre. Capital: Hugh Town. Pop: 2100 (2003 est). Area: 16 sq km (6 sq miles)
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