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(1) Her behavior alienated her friends.
(2) The Prime Minister's policy alienated many of her followers.
(3) All these changes to the newspaper have alienated its traditional readers.
(4) His tendency to utter acrimonious remarks alienated his roomates.
(5) His comments have alienated a lot of young voters.
(6) The bombing alienated world opinion.
(7) Gina had become increasingly alienated from her family.
(8) Her increasing belligerence alienated her from her old friends.
(9) Jack was alienated from Mary.
(10) He had alienated many people with his tactless remarks.
(11) She has alienated her entire family.
(12) They had alienated the one man who knew the business.
(13) The property of the enemy was alienated during the war.
(14) He felt that his experiences had alienated him from society.
(15) Very talented children may feel alienated from the others in their class.
(16) Young people are often alienated from the ideas of their parents.
(17) Think of a child who is alienated from you.
(18) Angry, alienated fanatics can come in groups or alone.
(19) The fear was that white people would feel alienated.
(20) Jackson's comments alienated many baseball fans.
(21) Krajisnik quickly alienated the international community when it emerged that Pale's policies had remained exactly the same, minus the guns.
(22) But even these alienated loners can benefit from this book: See the section on astral love.
(23) He alienated Henry one last time by seeming to offer support to the young king during the rebellion of 1173.
(24) Both rapidly alienated many groups and the Liberal majority was extinguished by 1910 and Labour's by 1951.
(25) Random violence as mobs, gangs, and alienated individuals fight the military and police. Sentencedict.com
(26) In case both parties agree to let the alienator continuously possess the chattel when the real right of a chattel is alienated, the real right shall go into effect upon the effectiveness of the agreement.
(27) The party is struggling to win back voters who have been alienated by recent scandals.
(28) As Ashbee grew older and more Tory, he became alienated from his family.
(29) Such integration may be seen as reinforcing an allegiant rather than a neutral or alienated orientation to the political system.
(30) A bossy, fussy girl with only a few friends, she frustrated and alienated even the people who loved her most.
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