isolated adj.

VERBS appear, be, feel | become, get | remain | leave sb/sth Without help, many elderly people would be left isolated. | keep sb/sth She kept herself almost isolated from her colleagues.

ADV. extremely, very | completely, entirely, totally, utterly | increasingly, progressively | almost | largely | quite, rather, relatively, somewhat | effectively, essentially | apparently an apparently isolated incident | culturally, diplomatically, economically, geographically, physically, socially a culturally isolated community Unless a compromise could be reached the country would be diplomatically isolated on this issue.

PREP. from a child who is isolated from other children