alienation[ eyl-yuh-ney-shuh n, ey-lee-uh- ]SEE DEFINITION OF alienation
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ALIENATION
His widow, in spite of their alienation, mourned long and deeply.
We read of alienation between Indian Christians and missionaries.
There was evidence in the legal papers that alienation of these farms was not allowed.
Neither of them took any pains to conceal from others their alienation.
They would, moreover, have prevented the alienation of many of their truest friends.
The common root of all sin is alienation of heart and will from God.
They had no idea of sale or barter, or conveyance, or alienation.
Sir Purcell interpreted this as indicating the beginning of their alienation.
Do we not on the other hand discover the specified marks of a state of alienation from God?
Nor did the old lady interpose a word to arrest the alienation of her property.