alienate

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alienate

(āl′ē-ĕ-nāt″) [L. alienus, someone else's, alien]
To isolate, estrange, or dissociate.
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Lememan dedicates the bulk of Alienated Affections to delineating the salient characteristics of Scottish divorce and separation cases in terms of the central elements of legal procedure and the social identity of the litigants.