verb (used with object), in·su·lat·ed, in·su·lat·ing.
Origin of insulate
Examples from the Web for insulated
It had a wide brim and a tall crown, which created an insulated pocket of air and could also be used to carry water.
He takes a 2-gallon jug of water out of his freezer and puts it in his insulated lunch bag.‘Degree Mills’ Are Exploiting Veterans and Making Millions Off the GI Bill|Aaron Glantz|June 28, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The popularity of hospitalists has increased dramatically in the last two decades, but they tread an insulated path.Meet Obama’s Controversial Surgeon General Nominee|Soumitra R. Eachempati, MD|February 14, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Insulated from ruin, networked into success, failing upward and retiring in splendor are commonplace.
How can the GOP overcome their shrinking electorate and see beyond the insulated conservative bubble?
He found that a current, of a certain number of vibrations, in vacuo, 'insulated' the medium.Carnacki, The Ghost Finder|William Hope Hodgson
An insulated wire runs from the metallic layers on the roof of the car to switch S, which is shown open in the sketch.Edison, His Life and Inventions|Frank Lewis Dyer and Thomas Commerford Martin
Stones should not be put in home-made cookers which are not insulated with asbestos or other fireproof material.Mechanical Devices in the Home|Edith Louise Allen
The drum, on which the insulated wire was wound, began to revolve rapidly as fathom after fathom was paid out.The Thick of the Fray at Zeebrugge|Percy F. Westerman
It is vulgarly called Holme-scar, probably from the insulated pasture by the waterside below it.The Poetical Works of William Wordsworth, Vol. VI (of 8)|William Wordsworth