insularity

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

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It has at least this to its credit that we view our insularity with less composure.

We see now that there are two sides to this blessing of insularity.

Left to itself, the insularity in him would have evaded the issue.

This indifference to other writers of his time, this insularity, was doubtless his loss.

But in course of time they broke through their insularity with the force of their own arms.

Some will say that this comes from pride, or insularity; but they would be wrong.

It was the old tragedy of insularity trying to serve as mentor to the universal.

Their insularity, spiritual as well as geographical, has whetted the edge of a thousand flouts and gibes.

He didn't give a single whoop for all this talk about the snobbishness and insularity of English undergraduates.

Professor Flamm begins by explaining how England has been protected for centuries by her insularity.

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