Sarah Shourd, once held in isolation by the Iranian government, on why so many people now want the system reformed.
Is Lost an admission of Abrams fear of flying or perhaps about his more general phobias of abandonment and isolation?
She came into the isolation center with a [temperature] of 40 degrees [104 Fahrenheit], and that was too high for a 6-year-old.
Bodies were covered with bleach and buried, and isolation huts burned.
No one has gone back yet to look, but the key thing is getting this isolation and then being able to bend the curve.
The isolation of England has ended in the isolation of Germany.
In the light of morning the isolation of the inn is more apparent than at night.
At nine o'clock that night the isolation pavilion was ready for the night.
Otherwise why the pedigree, why the rigid castes, the isolation of women?
Jupiter, pitying her isolation and admiring her beauty, resolved to go down and converse with her for a little while.
isolation i·so·la·tion (ī'sə-lā'shən)
The act of isolating or the state of being isolated.