Definition of 'alienated'
Example sentences containing 'alienated'
But they were warned to expect hostility and, to be fair to the DCI, there had been complaints that children were being alienated.THE GOSPEL MAKERS (2004) ABSOLUTE TRUTHS (2004) POPCO (2004)
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