[ iz-uh-bel ]


  1. a female given name.

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Example Sentences

After Isabel, Tom Cagle in Oyster Harbor said flooding is “nothing you can’t live with,” even when roads around his house are sometimes under eight to 10 inches of water.

The recent and tragic story of what happened to Isabel Stapleton was, of course, outrageous, indefensible and unforgiveable.

One of the reasons: the debut of a capsule collection by French fashion house Isabel Marant in mid November.

Launching on October 24 in stores and online, The Kardashian's line was inspired by Valentino, Isabel Marant and Azzedine Alaïa.

Isabel Wilkinson on the smart blonde heading to Silicon Valley.

Tim Gunn and jurors Isabel Toledo and Ruben Toledo will also attend the luncheon.

True, she had never met the provincial type before, but she doubted if Rosewater had produced a crop of Isabel Otises.

Isabel lifted her head still higher, annoyed at the angry blood that leaped to her face.

As Isabel walked carefully down the slippery stair she veiled her eyes to hide the wonder in them.

Isabel's imagination dilated him into a disembodied intellect surrounded by mere statues of human flesh.

The two men plunged into discussion, and Isabel, her eyes expressing a polite interest, studied the face of her cousin.