noun (used with a plural verb)
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Words nearby Seychelles
Example sentences from the Web for Seychelles
Some, such as Nourrice, were taken directly to the Seychelles.
In August 1973, they deported everyone from the Chagos to the Seychelles.
The pictures published today in the Aussie magazine Women's Day show the pair flashing plenty of flesh on the Seychelles beach.
Having found the perfect hotel in the Seychelles, they were dismayed to find it was booked solid.
The Seychelles—The same; the coloured population outnumbering the white in the proportion of ten to one.The Ethnology of the British Colonies and Dependencies|Robert Gordon Latham
It is a remarkable fact, that the trees will not flourish on any other of the adjacent islands of the Seychelles group.
While at anchor at the Seychelles, two large and fat English men-of-war appeared in the offing.
“Sail for the Seychelles (Islands off the east coast of Africa) for a cargo of turtles,” said they.
This remarkable polyp was brought from the Seychelles Islands by Mons.Animal Parasites and Messmates|P. J. Van Beneden