Insulated [verb]

Definition of Insulated:

protect; close off

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Sentence/Example of Insulated:

Your ever-frozen friend can wear it as a cozy garment indoors, or as an extra layer to insulate from the biting frost outside.

While I could happily geek out on the latest technologies, I don’t think you need to obsess over things like weight-to-insulating ratios unless you’re planning on transporting it deep into the backcountry.

Arentzen said winter must-haves include a warm hat, balaclava, insulated gloves, and insulated and waterproof hiking boots and gaiters to keep snow out of your boots.

With the backing of CNN and the resources of WarnerMedia’s sales organization, Great Big Story would appear to have been born with a silver spoon in its mouth and insulated from the financial struggles any fledgling media company would usually face.

We build buildings that, like termite mounds, are not completely porous but not completely insulated either.

If I expect colder temperatures or plan on doing a long, chilly descent, I’ll layer it over arm warmers or a thermal jersey for the insulating effect of a heavier cycling jacket.

People like to think of their dwellings as safely insulated from the outside world, but many types of spiders can be found inside.

Wet and icy weather calls for gloves that can stand up to extremes, and these insulated gloves from Carhartt can take all kinds of inclement weather in stride.

However, they’re much more heavily insulated, so they’ll hold their chill for significantly longer.

Among the few times that Democrats did invoke faith, they praised Barrett for hers or sought to insulate themselves from the perception that they might be raising it as an issue.