isolative

isolative

(ˈaɪsəˌleɪtɪv; ˈaɪsələtɪv)
adj
1. (Linguistics) (of a sound change) occurring in all linguistic environments, as the change of Middle English /iː/ to Modern English /aɪ/, as in time. Compare combinative2
2. of, relating to, or concerned with isolation
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I do feel that ASEAN countries have a moral and legal duty to fully and strictly enforce all UNSC resolutions against North Korea, and thus they should implement all economically and strategically isolative U.
In addition, injection of normal saline (100-500 ml) into the regions surrounding the liver, close to the top of the diaphragm, gastrointestinal tract, and gallbladder will not only attenuate pain, but also achieve isolative effect, which may assure tolerance to long ablation, avoid damage to the surrounding abdominal wall, diaphragm, gastrointestinal tract, gallbladder, and right kidney, and reduce postoperative complications.
SEI is conductive to lithium ions, but isolative to electrons, which barriers chemical reactions at the covered surface of anode particles.
Both reported that she had been increasingly depressed for the past seven months during which she was increasingly isolative, believing devils wanted to harm her, and hearing derogatory voices telling her to kill herself.
7) Similarly, a person with PBA would probably not have the isolative, amotivational, or sleep-disordered symptoms associated more with depression or the overenergized obsessive behaviors of manic episodes in bipolar disorder.
DRC also highlights how a person's use of power, as well as feedback delivery and receptivity, can result in compassionate empowerment, isolative disconnection, or manipulative relational abuse.
34) During his childhood, he was isolative, with clear social awkwardness with both adults and peers, and was frequently bullied.
I'm legally blind, and I always have to keep pushing my limits so my life doesn't become narrow or isolative," Dr.
custody (which too often also happens to be an isolative confinement
Because many prisons lack the space or the staff to separate teens from adults in a more humane way, psychiatrist Kupers told me, the kids "wind up in isolative confinement.
It is essential that educators look beyond behaviours for meaning, for example an overreaction to minor provocations or avoidant / isolative behaviour can indicate struggling to deal with traumatic stress.
Lightweight SABIC KONDUIT electrically isolative compounds, which can be injection molded, also offer greater design freedom than aluminum.