Definition of Grenadine Islands in English:

Grenadine Islands

Syllabification: Gren·a·dine Is·lands
Pronunciation: /ˌɡrenəˌdēn ˈīləndz
 
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(also the Grenadines)
A chain of small islands in the Caribbean Sea, part of the Windward Islands. They are divided administratively between the islands of St. Vincent and Grenada.

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