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    alienate - Dictionary definition and meaning for word alienate

    (verb) arouse hostility or indifference in where there had formerly been love, affection, or friendliness
    Synonyms : alien , disaffect , estrange
    Example Sentence
    • She alienated her friends when she became fanatically religious
    (verb) transfer property or ownership
    Synonyms : alien
    Example Sentence
    • The will aliened the property to the heirs
    (verb) make withdrawn or isolated or emotionally dissociated
    Example Sentence
    • the boring work alienated his employees
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alian+ate...if a alian comes and eat all food on earth .we all become unfriendly and hostile to it.

Alienate = A + lie + nate; When I tell 'A lie' it 'Alienates' my father.

Alien+ate. treat someone like an alien i.e. being unfriendly or getting separated.

Aliens may be hostile creatures living in a separate distance planet. To 'alienate' two friends mean 'To make them enemy or hostile' which in turn means 'To separate these two friends':D

Relate it with the movie 'How to lose friend and alienate people'

in alienate consider the nate as mate it becomes a+lie+mate when u lie with ur mate it will separate ur friend ship

alien+hate you hate aliens so you isolate them

alien.. in Koi Mil Gaya.. Hritik became, everyone became his hostile while he was keeping alien at his home. Hritik was alienate

ALIENATE<===> विरोधी बनाना (pr. \\virodhi banana \\ )[TransitiveVerb] Example:The Governments Defamation Bill had alienated many of its supporters.

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