[ iz-uh-dawr-uh, -dohr-uh ]
/ ˌɪz əˈdɔr ə, -ˈdoʊr ə /
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a female given name: derived from Isidor.
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Words nearby Isadora
Isabella I, Isabella II, Isabella of France, isabnormal, isacoustic, Isadora, Isadore, isagoge, isagogic, isagogics, Isai
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How to use Isadora in a sentence
Isadora Duncan would emancipate the one as Olive Schreiner would emancipate the other—to new activities and new delights.Women as World Builders|Floyd Dell
Manet might have painted Isadora with one of the carpet slippers half depending from a bare, rosy-white foot.
There had been bare-foot dancers before Isadora; there had been, I venture to say, discinct "Greek dancers."
Of late years Isadora has danced (in the conventional meaning of the word) less and less.
Finally comes the moment of release and here Isadora makes one of her great effects.