alienate[ eyl-yuh-neyt, ey-lee-uh- ]SEE DEFINITION OF alienate
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ALIENATE
Every effort was made to alienate her from her French relations.
His mother alone could alienate the property, and he doubted whether she would.
Had anything occurred that was likely to alienate her from her family?
Great efforts were then made to alienate Henry from his faithful minister.
He lampooned the Prince Regent; yet he could not alienate the Tories.
The Danes were reluctant to alienate these islands because they loved the colony.
I sell you the secret, but I do not intend to alienate my rights to the placer.
Indeed, neglect and abuse seem insufficient to alienate these allies.
But this would only make her furious with him; and he must not alienate her from himself, at any rate.
We do not alienate them as we do our indifferent sensations.