English words and Examples of Usage
use "insular" in a sentence
The Mwellrets remained an insular
people and played no role in the politics of the wider Four Lands.
A few species, principally insular
forms, are threatened with extinction.
He then tells Lorin that if Picard and Crusher are not returned, her insular
society will be
cases have involved insubstantial
amounts of money.
Gibbon compares how insubstantial
that number was, by comparing it to more modern persecutions.
Stressed by insubstantial
city life, Tereza convinces Tomas to leave Prague for the country; they go to a village where an old patient of Tomas welcomes them.
Tathagatagarbha thought, seeking to avoid the conclusion that genuine evil can arise from the pure tathagatagarbha, portrays mental defilements as insubstantial
illusions produced by delusion.
At the moment the painting looks very insubstantial
Thereby targeting the not insubstantial
travelling community that prefer their accommodation of choice not be chain owned in order that they gain a more unique and localised sense of the places in which they stay.
Or if, for reasons best known to yourself, you simply want to read the previous, equally insubstantial
update, then click here.
Jack is a ne'er do well, charming but insubstantial
, and after killing his fiancĂ©e in a car crash, abandoned contact with his family.
This lack of any internal features strengthens the idea that these gullies are non-structural or at most relate to extremely insubstantial
The revolving door at the entrance
of each restaurant is equally insubstantial
looking, frameless and transparent, with the most minimal fittings.
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