OTHER WORDS FROM CorsicaCor·si·can, adjective, noun
Examples from the Web for corsica
That shows that you can kill with total impunity in Corsica.Rampant Unsolved Murders Continue on Corsica, France’s “Isle of Beauty”|Tracy McNicoll|November 17, 2012|DAILY BEAST
For the first time, the tour begins in the Mediterranean, in Corsica, nicknamed the “Island of Beauty.”Lance Armstrong’s Shadow Looms Large Over 100th Edition of Tour de France|Tracy McNicoll|October 25, 2012|DAILY BEAST
The magazine claims the couple spent an August weekend in Corsica and that, in her company, "DSK has become a gentleman again."
Pauline was born in Corsica in 1780 with an itch to scratch.
In the heart of the Corsica Cape is a fairytale-like landscape surrounded by vines and the Mediterranean.
His successor was the Marquis of Maillebois, who landed in Corsica in spring with a large force.
I saw few cypresses in Corsica, and these of no great size; and yet such a tree would be in its place in this Island of Death.
In the small islands of Sardinia and Corsica, there are some quadrupeds and insects, and many plants, quite peculiar.The Malay Archipelago|Alfred Russell Wallace
If not—that is to say, if you have never visited Corsica—I despair of giving you any conception of it.Two Sides of the Face|Arthur Thomas Quiller-Couch
Coming home this evening, I had met with the second beggar I had seen in Corsica.A Lady's Tour in Corsica, Vol. II (of 2)|Gertrude Forde