Being or feeling set or kept apart from others(adjective)
WordNet. Princeton University. 2010.
Use "set-apart" in a sentence
"The dealbreaker in my book is a noticeably set-apart game logo, though ... which has ruled out some nice TF2 shirts."
"Most survivors entered adulthood with striking disadvantages, and far fewer resources than average, leaving them to hardscrabble their way through college or the workforce, expanding their sense of being set-apart."
"Some of my friends love to light candles and create a set-apart feeling."