alienated[ eyl-yuh-neyt, ey-lee-uh- ]SEE DEFINITION OF alienated
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I know not any of the number to be alienated from the true faith.
Little by little they have been alienated from the institutions of the Republic.
One after another he had alienated or betrayed every commander under whom he had served.
She was helplessly conscious of the result: her husband was alienated from her.
This alienated first all competent judges, and at last the masses.
But between the alienated lovers was a long distressing silence.
It may be but a source of alienated feelings, of vexation and strife.
At the start, he alienated many Republicans by his policy toward the South.
We have, by our own act, alienated the better class of citizens.
It is indeed an alienated discordant time like the primal fall in Eden.
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