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Meaning & Definition of Isolated in English

English

Isolated

/aɪsəletəd/

adjective

1. Not close together in time

  • "Isolated instances of rebellion"
  • "A few stray crumbs"
    synonym:
  • isolated
  • ,
  • stray

2. Being or feeling set or kept apart from others

  • "She felt detached from the group"
  • "Could not remain the isolated figure he had been"- sherwood anderson
  • "Thought of herself as alone and separated from the others"
  • "Had a set-apart feeling"
    synonym:
  • detached
  • ,
  • isolated
  • ,
  • separated
  • ,
  • set-apart

3. Marked by separation of or from usually contiguous elements

  • "Little isolated worlds, as abruptly disjunct and unexpected as a palm-shaded well in the sahara"- scientific monthly
    synonym:
  • disjunct
  • ,
  • isolated

4. Cut off or left behind

  • "An isolated pawn"
  • "Several stranded fish in a tide pool"
  • "Travelers marooned by the blizzard"
    synonym:
  • isolated
  • ,
  • marooned
  • ,
  • stranded

5. Under forced isolation especially for health reasons

  • "A quarantined animal"
  • "Isolated patients"
    synonym:
  • isolated
  • ,
  • quarantined

6. Remote and separate physically or socially

  • "Existed over the centuries as a world apart"
  • "Preserved because they inhabited a place apart"- w.h.hudson
  • "Tiny isolated villages remote from centers of civilization"
  • "An obscure village"
    synonym:
  • apart(p)
  • ,
  • isolated
  • ,
  • obscure

Examples of using

We are hidden in ourselves, like a truth hidden in isolated facts. When we know that this One in us is One in all, then our truth is revealed.
I felt isolated.