Definition of 'alienate'
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On the other hand, if he failed to do so he would undoubtedly alienate Jane, and she was a powerful woman. LEFT, RIGHT AND CENTRE (2002)Sorry, Larry, it's very clever,' Carol said, not wanting to alienate her British back-up. THE LAST TEMPTATION (2002)
He's been a good customer for a long time, and I have no wish to alienate him. WORST FEARS REALIZED (2002)
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