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alienate

(āl′ē-ĕ-nāt″) [L. alienus, someone else's, alien]
To isolate, estrange, or dissociate.
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According to the Bruno Manser Fund, Radiant Lagoon was alienated land in the vicinity of Mulu National Park.
In Pakistan parochial class constituted highest ratio with rapid change into alienated one.
To advise him, to make sure that he was happy and didn't feel alienated, and that's across the board," she said.
It was Congress who has left the Valley alienated, and created hurdles in Kashmir's growth.
There are those younger members of their communities who feel alienated more and more from the government."
Demographically, the poll found that some people feel more alienated than others.
People who say they feel alienated or even think that they feel alienated by people speaking Welsh in Wales should have it explained to them how the Welsh have survived the ethnic cleansing of their language and culture by those who have been brainwashed that there is a master race.
People who say they feel alienated or even think that they feel alienated by people speaking Welsh in Wales should be sectioned under the Mental Health Act and have it explained to them how the Welsh has survived the ethnic cleansing of their language and culture by those who have been brainwashed.
Alienated children can lack compassion and remorse and can also develop an ability not to feel guilt."
When he decides to attend the school for rich white kids twenty-two miles away, he is now alienated from two societies.
"Alienated Catholics are Catholics for whom their Catholic faith is very important but who feel that they have been excluded or driven away by the church," says Jesuit Father Mark Horak, contrasting alienated Catholics with those who feel the church offers them nothing of value.
Since the September 11 and the 7/7 attacks the Muslim community feel alienated.