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
Trump is utterly isolated, and U.S. positions and negotiators will be largely ignored, as a result.
Recent instances of Escondido students taking the anti-anxiety drug Xanax apparently are not isolated and could indicate a growing problem within the community, if not the county.
Ophelia could also bring 2-3 inches (50 mm to 75 mm) of rain to western Ireland and Scotland, with isolated areas getting up to 4 inches (100 mm) through Tuesday.
The human impact on the fragile, isolated Galapagos was profound.
The information in North Korea is so isolated — people don’t know what’s happening on the other side of the village — so it’s very hard to become united.
According to the Washington Post isolated areas may see more than 25 inches of rain as a result of the storm.
Synan noted that the spread of fentanyl is not isolated to Southwest Ohio.
Jamelle Bouie warns that these events are not isolated—and are intrinsically connected to the rise of Trump.
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