“isolation itself is very damaging, and there is no way to ameliorate it,” Kupers told The Daily Beast.
Sarah Shourd, once held in isolation by the Iranian government, on why so many people now want the system reformed.
Added up, it came to something quite ambitious, it made strange images of isolation, and it sustained.
Is Lost an admission of Abrams fear of flying or perhaps about his more general phobias of abandonment and isolation?
The tests being done by the Mars500 crew, some designed to measure the effects of boredom and isolation, also help ward it off.
The isolation of England has ended in the isolation of Germany.
Such a difference would produce a dialect in case of isolation.
At nine o'clock that night the isolation pavilion was ready for the night.
During his lifetime Beyle was isolated, and had a pride in isolation.
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.