English adjective: isolated
|1.||isolated not close together in time|
|Samples||Isolated instances of rebellion.|
A few stray crumbs.
|2.||isolated being or feeling set or kept apart from others|
|Samples||She felt detached from the group.|
Could not remain the isolated figure he had been.
Thought of herself as alone and separated from the others.
Had a set-apart feeling.
|Synonyms||detached, separated, set-apart|
|3.||isolated marked by separation of or from usually contiguous elements|
|Samples||Little isolated worlds, as abruptly disjunct and unexpected as a palm-shaded well in the Sahara.|
|4.||isolated cut off or left behind|
|Samples||An isolated pawn.|
Several stranded fish in a tide pool.
Travelers marooned by the blizzard.
|5.||isolated under forced isolation especially for health reasons|
|Samples||A quarantined animal.|
|6.||isolated remote and separate physically or socially|
|Samples||Existed over the centuries as a world apart.|
Preserved because they inhabited a place apart.
Tiny isolated villages remote from centers of civilization.
An obscure village.