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  • When he is released from hospital she begins isolating him from his friends.
  • Their limited understanding of the English language caused them to live in isolated groups.
  • Thus, larger L-type stars can never form in an isolated environment.
  • Other parties, however, remain firm in their decision to isolate them from influence.
  • This distribution pattern has isolated some species, while keeping others in close contact.
  • It has also been introduced to southern Africa, where it has become established in some isolated waters.
  • This led him to isolate himself and become a self-taught artist.
  • Chicago was very good at not isolating their students from other schools.
  • North America is home to a large number of language families and some language isolates.
  • Many spent years in isolated and often poor conditions.
  • Some species or groups of species have been isolated for a long time, while others could stay in close contact.
  • At least there are difficulties in isolating anything we can call love of race. Cited from The Psychology of Nations, by G.E. Partridge
  • However, ever since the 17th century, the north has been isolated and difficult to access.
  • Isolating a certain player will have a small effect on the quality of the game the team can play.
  • Gregory does everything in his power to isolate his wife from other people.
  • What was this strange passion in Paul isolating him from her, his sister? Cited from The Captives, by Hugh Walpole
  • He was to visit some isolated Pacific island groups and study how the local animals had found their way there.
  • Patients ought to be isolated but still have the right to be visited by family members.
  • This alternative method was designed to isolate the community and the police less than traditional methods.
  • If an interest in land is the subject of a contract, the law isolates three steps.
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Root form of isolated is isolate for the verb.

Words starting with isolated

Meaning of isolated

  • verb Place or set apart
    They isolated the political prisoners from the other inmates
  • verb Obtain in pure form
    The chemist managed to isolate the compound
  • verb Separate (experiences) from the emotions relating to them