Thesaurus / isolation
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This proposition carried with it so much loneliness and isolation, that it was declined.

Man in his isolation from his fellows is nothing and accomplishes nothing.

The sense of isolation perceptible in his pictures is in keeping also with what we know of his life.

In spite of its isolation Coan Hall was probably not a lonely place.

The StrongholdMiriam Haynie

How, then, could I hope to sustain a week of isolation in that lonely spot?

The Monk and The Hangman's DaughterAdolphe Danziger De Castro and Ambrose Bierce

Each soul is shut up in an isolation as perfect, in one sense, as that which separates the far distant worlds in the universe.

Being isolated, it developed the spirit and virtues engendered by isolation.

A feeling of isolation swept Claire, such as she had never experienced.

The Blood Red DawnCharles Caldwell Dobie

Hence the isolation in which angelic spirits dwell and their scorn of all that constitutes human joys.

The flatteries of King John's friends could not blind him to his isolation.

Sir William WallaceA. F. Murison

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