Definition of Alienates

1. Verb. (third-person singular of alienate) ¹



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Definition of Alienates

1. alienate [v] - See also: alienate

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Alienates

alidads
alien
alien abduction
alien absconder
alien nucleic acid
alienabilities
alienability
alienable
alienably
alienage
alienages
alienans
alienate
alienated
alienatedly
alienates (current term)
alienating
alienation
alienation of affection
alienations
alienator
alienators
aliened
alienee
alienees
aliener
alieners
alienesque
alieniloquy

Literary usage of Alienates

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1. The American Law of Real Property by Francis Hilliard (1869)
"... alienates. 3. Classifications of trusts. 9. Lands subjected to payment of debts 4. Ilow created—use upon a use. —not necessarily a trust estate. 5. ..."

2. Japan and the Pacific: And a Japanese View of the Eastern Question by Manjiro Inagaki (1890)
"Nicholas I. alienates France from England by the Egyptian question—Mehemet Ali and Palmerston's convention against him—Nicholas I. in England— The ..."

3. Britain and Her Rivals in the Eighteenth Century, 1713-1789 by Arthur Donald Innes (1895)
"... of Russia—Catharine of Russia—Recovery of Silesia—1761: Second Family Compact— 1762 : The West Indies—Portugal—Bute's desire for peace—He alienates ..."

4. The History of the Roman Emperors: From Augustus to Constantine by Jean Baptiste Louis Crévier, John Mills (1814)
"... "whom he alienates by his severity. The adoption notified to the se* note. Galba hurts himself more and more. ..."

5. Penal Philosophy by Gabriel de Tarde, Rapelje Howell (1912)
"(I) Madness destroys assimilation and alienates at the same time. The moral sense. (II) Internal duality of the insane: Felida and Rousseau. ..."

6. Thomas Wolsey, Legate and Reformer: Legate and Reformer by Ethelred Luke Taunton (1902)
"... et impera—Charles and the Pope—The Spanish attack Rome—Clement imprisoned—Learns his lesson—alienates his friends —Wolsey comes to his defence—Sends him ..."

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