enisled

en·isle

 (ĕn-īl′)
tr.v. en·isled, en·isl·ing, en·isles
1. To make into an island.
2. To set apart from others; isolate.
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In northern Canada, NCC 6996 is a portion of the Milky Way enisled by dark nebulae.
Within the common iconography of an enisled nation, priding itself on its maritime prowess, the storm-swept tower signifies both hazard and hope, the danger of shipwreck and the promise of salvation.
Isolation becomes cosmic indeed in "To Marguerite--Continued," which figures human beings as "in the sea of life enisled," between whom flows "The unplumbed, salt, estranging sea" ordained by God (ll.
These two characters speak to the historical and the imagined Auerbach, as they present, in essence, two competing personae for the exiled philologist: the former, the stage Jew, enmeshed in politics and money, vengeful and easily caricatured; the latter, the scholar enisled with his books, willfully removed from public and political life, who closes his play with a dismissal of the actors and his magic.