Definition of Isere

1. Noun. A river in southeastern France; a tributary of the Rhone.

Exact synonyms: Isere River
Group relationships: France, French Republic
Generic synonyms: River



Definition of Isere

1. Proper noun. a river in the southeast of France ¹

2. Proper noun. one of the departments in the region of Rhône-Alpes, France. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Isere

Istiophorus
Istiophorus albicans
Istria
Istrian
Istriot
Istro-Romanian
Istro-Romanians
Isuprel
Isuridae
Isurus
Isurus glaucus
Isurus oxyrhincus
Isurus paucus
Iswa
Isy
Isère
It.
It girl
It girls
Itai-Itai disease
Itaipu Dam
Italia
Italian
Italian-Canadian
Italian-speaking
Italian Peninsula
Italian Renaissance
Italian Republic
Italian Sign Language

Literary usage of Isere

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1. Travels: Comprising Observations Made During a Residence in the Tarentaise by Robert Bakewell (1823)
"AFTER crossing the isere at L'Hopital, we passed under the town of Conflans, which, ... Turning south, we soon entered the upper valley of the isere. ..."

2. Travels: Comprising Observations Made During a Residence in the Tarentaise by Robert Bakewell (1823)
"AFTER crossing the isere at L'Hopital, we passed under the town of Conflans, which, ... Turning south, we soon entered the upper valley of the isere. ..."

3. The Alps of Hannibal by William John Law (1866)
"CHAPTER I. The march of 1400 stadia may be taken in two parts: 1. to the isere, 2. to the beginning of Alps. Hannibal, crossing the isere, went forward. ..."

4. The Alps of Hannibal by William John Law (1866)
"CHAPTER I. The march of 1400 stadia may be taken in two parts: 1. to the isere, 2. to the beginning of Alps. Hannibal, crossing the isere, went forward. ..."

5. The Encyclopedia Americana: A Library of Universal Knowledge (1918)
"Dolomieu (isere) 24 June 1750; d. Chateauneuf, France. 26 Nov. 1801. In youth he became a member of the Knights of Malta, and having killed a brother knight ..."

6. The Encyclopedia Americana: A Library of Universal Knowledge (1918)
"Dolomieu (isere) 24 June 1750; d. Chateauneuf, France. 26 Nov. 1801. In youth he became a member of the Knights of Malta, and having killed a brother knight ..."

7. History of Piedmont by Antonio Carlo Napoleone Gallenga (1855)
"South of the isere and Arc, between Mont Tabor (one of the great mountains in the ... These are the Drac and the Romanche, tributaries of the isere, and, ..."

8. History of Piedmont by Antonio Carlo Napoleone Gallenga (1855)
"South of the isere and Arc, between Mont Tabor (one of the great mountains in the ... These are the Drac and the Romanche, tributaries of the isere, and, ..."

9. Adventure Guide to the Alps by Krista Dana (2004)
"Val d'lsere Population: 1640 Base elevation: 1850 m Mountain resort village Val d'isere is not nearly so cosmopolitan as Chamonix, and it's not nearly so ..."

10. Adventure Guide to the Alps by Krista Dana (2004)
"Val d'lsere Population: 1640 Base elevation: 1850 m Mountain resort village Val d'isere is not nearly so cosmopolitan as Chamonix, and it's not nearly so ..."

11. Illustrations of the Passes of the Alps: By which Italy Communicates with by William Brockedon (1836)
"From Montmelian to L'Hôpital Conflans, the road which leads to the Tarentaise ascends by the right bank of the isere, through a ..."

12. Universal Geography: Or a Description of All Parts of the World, on a New by Conrad Malte-Brun (1831)
"Having left the wild and romantic banks of the Drac, we observe the isere pursuing a sinuous and rapid course below a chain of heights, covered with ..."

13. Illustrations of the Passes of the Alps: By which Italy Communicates with by William Brockedon (1836)
"From Montmelian to L'Hôpital Conflans, the road which leads to the Tarentaise ascends by the right bank of the isere, through a ..."

14. Universal Geography: Or a Description of All Parts of the World, on a New by Conrad Malte-Brun (1831)
"Having left the wild and romantic banks of the Drac, we observe the isere pursuing a sinuous and rapid course below a chain of heights, covered with ..."

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