isolated[ ahy-suh-ley-tid, is-uh- ]SEE DEFINITION OF isolated
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ISOLATED
The Causses, owing to their isolated position, may be said to have escaped a history.
Standing up, I pointed to distant mountains and isolated peaks.
The book I give to the public, is not made up of isolated articles.
Hermits and those who live on isolated farms are interesting in this respect.
If only he had been an isolated soul he would not have felt so keenly.
The steel behaves as if it were isolated from its own magnetism.
His Alpine climbing had taught him the elusiveness of isolated peaks of knowledge.
Petewawa was suggested as one, but given up as too isolated.
As a chorus of farewell rose and isolated them, he lowered his voice.
Isolated verse I did let him have the illustrations for, but not the body of the book.