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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 know Irene claims she was the victim, but there were two psychological evaluations done and both of them concluded the child should be with the father and that the mother was a parental alienator,'' Crowell said.
According to Gardner, alienators are usually mothers.
of that CS; and (3) the alienator held the securities for one year or less prior to alienation.
Limited authority - "I can decide only up to this point" - a real alienator for aggressive personalities.