Origin of isolated
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The points may be (isolatedly) true; but the whole impression one receives is alarmingly false!Juliana Horatia Ewing And Her Books
Horatia K. F. Eden
1763, from French isolé "isolated" (17c.) + English -ated (see -ate (2)). The French word is from Italian isolato, from Latin insulatus "made into an island," from insula "island." The French word was used at first in English (isole, also isole'd, c.1750), then after isolate became an English word, isolated became its past participle.