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Synonym: isolateseparateSimilar words: insulatedemulateundulatemodulateregulatespeculatestimulatemodulatedMeaning: ['ɪnsəleɪt /-sjʊl-]  v. 1. protect from heat, cold, or noise by surrounding with insulating material 2. place or set apart. 
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1 Asbestos can be used to insulate a cooking stove.
2 They have found a way to insulate themselves against the cost of inflation.
3 You can insulate a house against heat loss by having the windows double-glazed.
4 Living in a high building tends to insulate us from the real life of the city.
5 The ceiling tiles help to insulate a room.
6 Living in a countryside tends to insulate us from the outside world.
7 The function of a mammal's fur is to insulate the body.
8 It will take almost 25 years to insulate the homes of the six million households that require this assistance.
9 Home owners are being encouraged to insulate their homes to save energy.
10 The royal family tried to insulate him from the prying eyes of the media.
11 If you have cavity walls, insulate them.
12 How can I insulate the hollow door?
13 The thick walls insulate against the winter cold.
14 Since we now insulate above loft ceilings and within flat roof structures, the air space above the insulation is cold.
15 I meant at least to insulate the nest with some polystyrene ceiling tiles,( but I was afraid of trapping the animal inside.
16 Can I build a box around it and insulate the box?
17 They are used by sophisticated investors to insulate themselves from losses due to sudden market shifts.
18 Insulate the ducts that carry heat to your home with bubble wrap.
19 Rubber O-rings inside the couplings insulate their surfaces from the metal transfer pipe, he said.
20 The intended effect seems to be to insulate organizational members from the untidy exigencies of the larger world.
21 It would be wrong to assume that rich countries will always be able to insulate themselves with drugs against the ravages of new diseases.
22 First Floor Stained wood staircase rises to Landing: Access to insulate loft space with folding loft ladder.
23 The rubble of solid chilled material overlying the hot core naturally tends to insulate it, and it does so very efficiently.
24 Members of congress increasingly came to believe that they could insulate themselves against electoral defeat by assiduous attention to constituency casework.
25 Seniority provides committee chairmen with an independent power base and helps to insulate them from control by party leaders and presidents.
26 Gee, there must be enough here to buy say, a cup of tea ... or insulate the loft.
27 The electricity supply industry and others use it to insulate high-voltage circuit breakers and cables.
28 It is obvious that high socioeconomic status does not insulate children from this particular type of academic failure.
29 Damp affects down particularly badly causing the fluffy tendrils to clog together and lose the ability to insulate.
30 Culture and religion also serve to integrate the immigrant community and to insulate it from wider society.
More similar words: insulatedemulateundulatemodulateregulatespeculatestimulatemodulatedejaculatecirculatecoagulatecalculateaccumulatemanipulateemasculatearticulateimmaculategesticulatecongratulateinarticulateconsultconsultantconsultationin suminsurgentinsurancein support ofinsubstantialinsurmountableregulator
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