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alienate

(āl′ē-ĕ-nāt″) [L. alienus, someone else's, alien]
To isolate, estrange, or dissociate.
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I do not deny that parental alienation occurs and that a lot of people are hurt when there is an alienator.
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In review of the above, it would seem that the institutional church is an equal opportunity alienator to married couples, women, priests, gays and lesbians and the divorced.
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