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Sentence count:174+18 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2016-07-19Updated:2020-07-24
Similar words: parishflourishdishbishoppunishvanishwish forJewishMeaning: ['aɪərɪʃ]  n. 1. people of Ireland or of Irish extraction 2. whiskey made in Ireland chiefly from barley 3. the Celtic language of Ireland. adj. of or relating to or characteristic of Ireland or its people. 
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1, They began making overtures to the Irish government.
2, He played an Irish melody on the harp.
3, The play was based on Irish legend.
4, He took a used envelope bearing an Irish postmark.
5, The Irish strain in him makes him like jokes.
6, They are engaged in talks with the Irish government.
7, The Irish Free State came into being in 1922.
8, The police think the smugglers are travelling on Irish passports.
9, He was extradited to Britain from the Irish Republic to face explosives charges.
10, The Irish Premier is paying an official visit to Britain.
11, Any possible solution to the Irish question can only come about through dialogue.
12, Today's victory is the fifth that the Irish team has chalked up this year.
13, "Kathleen" was, as its 1892 subtitle asserted(, "An Irish Drama".
14, My mother is Irish through and through.
15, Coin-operated machines in England reject Irish money.
16, He's an American of Irish stock.
17, Alan doesn't care two hoots about Irish politics.
18, He is English, but has Irish connections.
19, What are your views on the Northern Irish question?
20, The Irish love a party, the bigger the better.
21, Irish trainers have entered several horses in the race.
22, He spoke with a soft Irish accent.
23, She has a faint Irish lilt.
24, The Irish government announced it was to legalize homosexuality.
25, They're drilling for oil off the Irish coast.
26, There's Irish blood on his mother's side.
27, The city's population is predominantly Irish.
28, His accent proclaimed that he was Irish.
29, Gill speaks in a quiet Irish brogue.
30, The election of Mary Robinson in 1990 was a watershed in Irish politics.
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