Sentence example with the word 'alienate'

alienate

abalienate, cede, cut out, disengage, envenom, hand on, make trouble, reindoctrinate, set at variance, stand apart, transmit

Definition v. arouse hostility or indifference in where there had formerly been love

Last update: July 12, 2015

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The Government's Defamation Bill had alienated many of its supporters.   [Please select]

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People are wary about any actions that could potentially alienate the public and allow activists to be easily cast as the villains.   [verb]

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What if its efforts to become more diverse and inclusive alienate existing members without providing a sufficiently coherent focus to attract a new membership?   [verb]

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It was the same narrow spirit which alienated Byron from his native land, because that great genius rebelled against the monotony, dullness, and pettiness of his country.   [verb]

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Do nothing to alienate my affection.   [verb]

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Natasha suddenly shrank into herself and involuntarily assumed an offhand air which alienated Princess Mary still more.   [verb]

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"The kings and princes are falling from me, Edith; this new quarrel hath alienated them once more."   [verb]

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Just as this same spirit once drove out the revolutionary breeder of discontent, Jesus, and alienated him from his native traditions.   [verb]

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Her marriage too alienated them in the first place.   [Please select]

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