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
Nationally, about half of black and Hispanic preschoolers are in racially isolated nonwhite schools, according to federal data cited in a 2016 study by Penn State University education professor Erica Frankenberg.
That’s not to say China today is diplomatically isolated—
World leaders are grappling with how to halt provocations by the isolated nation, with South Korea's President Moon Jae-in seeking engagement while U.S. President Donald Trump and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe take a harder line.
The lake holds an isolated ecosystem of microbial mats and spires.
An unsettled weather pattern continues its hold on Alabama, which means another day with a chance for isolated strong storms.
The isolated nation has performed five nuclear trials since 2006, three of which took place under Kim, who took power after the death of his father Kim Jong Il in 2011.
The isolated storm produced straight line winds with gusts ranging from 55 mph to 70 mph, Castro said.
There are also offbeat places to stay, from beachfront villas to isolated jungle dwellings.
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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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