insular

[ in-suh-ler, ins-yuh- ]SEE DEFINITION OF insular

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That made him angry, and he said that insular envy made me unresponsive.

Besides, wasn't it all rather sudden, from an insular point of view?

To the insular cynic and the insular moralist they offer an equal opportunity.

Practice as an advocate, and push your way to insular preferment?

It was in a large envelope and had come by the insular post.

Yet that system—the English or insular, I call it—has done, as it will do, marvels.

He was insular, imperious and aggressive, and he was always looking for trouble.

This isolation drives them into insular communion with the country of their invasion.

But we might even say that the Englishman was too insular for an island.

She has also everything which is necessary for her to defend her insular territory.

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