noun (used with a plural verb)
Examples from the Web for 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.
While at anchor at the Seychelles, two large and fat English men-of-war appeared in the offing.Famous Privateersmen and Adventurers of the Sea|Charles H. L. Johnston
In 1908, however, Coetivy was transferred to the Seychelles administration.
The captain therefore changed his mind, and once more very unwillingly directed his course towards the distant Seychelles.Black Ivory|R.M. Ballantyne
This remarkable polyp was brought from the Seychelles Islands by Mons.
Scolietes also attack the large oryctes which destroys the cocoa-nut trees of the Seychelles Islands.
renamed 1756 in honor of French finance minister Jean Moreau de Séchelles; spelling altered 1794 by the English when they took the islands from France. Related: Seychellois.