alienate

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  • You must trust me, and you must not let my silence alienate you. Cited from The Far Horizon, by Lucas Malet
  • These are rights which no human being can alienate to the state. Cited from Chapters on Jewish Literature, by Israel Abrahams
  • Many young people were alienated from both their parents and the institutions of state.
  • We may first consider the cases in which the state decided to alienate. Cited from The Project Gutenberg Encyclopedia Volume 1 of 28
  • Although determined to maintain government authority, he did not want to alienate public opinion.
  • The latter joined those already alienated, some of whom had begun to leave the country.
  • Neither husband nor wife can alienate their separate real estate without each other's consent. Cited from A Short History of Women's Rights, by Eugene A. Hecker
  • Had anything occurred that was likely to alienate her from her family? Cited from Howards End, by E. M. Forster
  • However, because of his hot temper, he alienated himself from his party members.
  • It would only help to alienate the two parties still more. Cited from The Loom of Youth, by Alec Waugh
  • He was often made to feel alienated there because of his German heritage.
  • Is there any cause I should alienate myself from being careful over this country?
  • However two years later she left blaming them for alienating her from her children.
  • In the process, he alienates his father and gets thrown out of home.
  • They found a community of persons holding land in common, which the individuals could not alienate. Cited from The Prehistoric World, by E. A. Allen
  • He alienates his family members but makes great friends when he drinks.
  • It also claimed the right to alienate this land as its owner.
  • However, the power of being in such a group goes to his head and he alienates his family as well.
  • He gets professional help when he realizes that he has been alienating his boys as a result.
  • And you must not let your religion alienate you either. Cited from The Far Horizon, by Lucas Malet
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Meaning of alienate

  • verb Make withdrawn or isolated or emotionally dissociated
    the boring work alienated his employees