Usage examples for isolation

  1. If so, her conduct increased that isolation. – The Development of the European Nations, 1870-1914 (5th ed.) by John Holland Rose
  2. The element in the total industrial product which is due to the social organism is represented by the difference between the value of what one man produces as a worker in connection with the social organization and what he could produce in a condition of isolation. – Equality by Edward Bellamy
  3. It revealed to me the horrible isolation among humanity of the deaf, as I had never understood it yet. – The Guilty River by Wilkie Collins
  4. She was troubled by the thought of her isolation, and did not know what might be best to do. – The Living Link by James De Mille
  5. There was a curious exception to that rule of Alice's isolation. – The Damnation of Theron Ware by Harold Frederic
  6. In one the isolation was temporary only, in the other permanent. – The Leper in England: with some account of English lazar-houses by Robert Charles Hope
  7. Madame la Comtesse noted her isolation at once. – A Queen's Error by Henry Curties
  8. This was an opportunity not to be despised, for Goethe was at last beginning to be weary of his isolation at Weimar. – The Life and Works of Friedrich Schiller by Calvin Thomas
  9. Gradually in his isolation and stillness Dick began to feel this. – The Silent Places by Steward Edward White
  10. And as these delegates separated hot- foot for home, they got cold feet as they dispersed into the cold- footed isolation of the individual Socialist scattered here and there throughout this land. – The Red Conspiracy by Joseph J. Mereto
  11. To her quick imagination, it suggested loneliness, despair, that was the more tragic because of its isolation. – Free Joe and Other Georgian Sketches by Joel Chandler Harris
  12. Then, as I have said, European Powers and the great Republic of the West came knocking and knocking loudly at her doors, and as a result thereof her thinking men came to realise that in a state of isolation a continued civilised existence is impossible. – The Empire of the East by H. B. Montgomery
  13. The press had over- generously insisted on giving him all the credit for the remedy as well as the isolation of the disease virus. – Mate in Two Moves by Winston Marks
  14. Notwithstanding the hard work and hard travelling, he did not allow the missionary effort and its curious isolation to obscure in any sense the sturdier purpose. – The Honorable Senator Sage-Brush by Francis Lynde