[ il-suh ]


  1. a female given name, form of Elizabeth.

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Example Sentences

When someone dies, Janusz asks Ilse’s mother why she brings their urgent flight to a halt.

That’s not to say that “Tears of Amber” — like “The Murmur of Bees,” ably translated by Simon Bruni — is a bad book or that Ilse and Arno are subpar characters.

For Ilse, it is the “tool” she can use to reclaim her childhood along the way, and a “shield” against her childhood being stripped away altogether.

“Ilse saw her childhood so vividly that it was like something she could pick up or put down as needed.”

Hitler responded by buying her (through Hoffmann) an apartment five minutes from his flat, where Ilse came to live too.

An' we'll do our duty av we nivver do anything ilse, begorra!

"I've no doubt of it, because you've received many such looks yourself, beautiful Ilse," said John.

"They say it's to be the mightiest array of princes and generals gathered at Zillenstein in a hundred years," said Ilse.

Von Arnheim must merely be the vanguard of the council, and Julie might be sent away earlier than Ilse had announced.

"It'll have a rest, Ilse," said Ingeborg, also appealing to her.