Directly to word page Vague search(google)
Home > Alienate in a sentence

Alienate in a sentence

  up(3)  down(5)
Sentence count:48+5 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2017-03-02Updated:2020-07-24
Synonym: aliendisaffectestrangeSimilar words: alienatedalienationinalienablealiensalientSenaterejuvenatelienMeaning: ['eɪlɪəneɪt]  v. 1. arouse hostility or indifference in where there had formerly been love, affection, or friendliness 2. transfer property or ownership 3. make withdrawn or isolated or emotionally dissociated. 
Random good picture Not show
1 Don't alienate yourself from the masses.
2 The latest tax proposals will alienate many voters.
3 We'd better not alienate ourselves from the colleagues.
4 The govern-ment cannot afford to alienate either group.
5 Disagreements can alienate teenagers from their families.
6 His attempts to alienate the two friends failed because they had complete faith.
7 I hope nothing will ever alienate his brothers from him.
8 The executive could not alienate any part of our territory.
9 His second wife, Alice, was determined to alienate him from his two boys.
10 The essential effect of such knowledge was to alienate Chesterton and Williamson from the contemporary world.
11 A condemnatory approach can only alienate the unfaithful, Spring says.
12 Gingrich is now careful not to alienate Buchananites, whose votes are needed this year to maintain the Republican majority in Congress.
13 If this measure could indeed alienate Latinos, why do several recent polls show overwhelming support from Latinos for dismantling bilingual education?
14 All it is liable to do is alienate your supporters.
15 She could alienate a whole list of people, and still come away without knowing which one of them she actually wanted.
16 To do so would alienate black voters whom he desperately needs.
17 Buxton, perhaps despite himself, grew anxious not to alienate Tory support,( even if that meant silencing more liberal voices.
18 Disagreements alienate teenagers from their families.
19 The request was to alienate the property to charity.
20 He has adopted an informal register so as not to alienate his audience.
21 He felt safer in the intellect, a fact that would at times alienate those who thought him arrogant or intolerant.
22 They are counting on Lebed growing impatient and making mistakes that alienate public opinion.
23 Parishioners believed the bishop went out of his way to alienate them.
24 There were those who argued that such action would alienate world opinion and sabotage the chances of a diplomatic solution.
25 Perhaps more depressing than actual shortages of provision is the tendency to alienate the old in contemporary society.
26 The way to stop the fur trade is to alienate the customer.
27 As he marched south Clovis was careful not to alienate the catholic Church or its saints.
28 After all, on the brink of war he could not alienate his chief general.
29 She knew she was being unreasonable, and she was worried she might alienate David.
30 But, by courting them with such policies, they may alienate mainstream voters.
More similar words: alienatedalienationinalienablealiensalientSenaterejuvenatelienclientemollientebullientresilientebullienceresiliencesenatorcavaliervenalitypenalizechevalierrejuvenationnaturalistnationalismnationalitynationalistdesalinationnaturalizationinnateornatedonatecognate
Total 48, 30 Per page  1/2  «first  next  last»  goto
Leave a comment
Welcome to leave a comment about this page!
Your name:
Latest commentsInto the comment page>>
More words