Examples of isolated in a Sentence
The town remains a very isolated community.
The camp is located in an isolated area.
The arrest was an isolated incident in his youth.
a few isolated cases of vandalism
Recent Examples of isolated from the Web
Those people, insured through ACA marketplaces now, could be more isolated than in an earlier version of the Senate bill.
Darwin was convinced that the distribution of plants and animals shed light on evolutionary development, especially when a species became isolated and developed on its own.
On the Paris Climate Accords, the U.S. was left isolated and friendless.
That same pattern of being on the right stretch of ledge at the right time characterized the fishing at Pickwick all week, though the runners-up, Reed and Johns, left the ledges and concentrated on fishing isolated wood cover in Coffee Slough.
Spotted and isolated thunderstorms are more likely, Lauren Carroll, a National Weather Service meteorologist in Greer, S.C., said at 8:15 p.m. Monday.
That tone has changed in recent weeks: Trump now says China isn’t doing enough to help on North Korea and the U.S. slapped sanctions on Chinese companies for doing business with the isolated regime.
The lab’s decision to downplay the risks of the 2011 incident was not an isolated one, Bowen added.
I was allowed to use the nurse’s bathroom, which kind of isolated me and separated me from the other kids and made me feel different.
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First Known Use of isolated
ISOLATED Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of isolated for English Language Learners
: separate from others
: happening just once
: happening in different places and at different times
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