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Sentences with the verb Alienated

3 examples:

Frontrunner needs to mend fences with the powerful agriculture lobby she alienated when she was environment minister.
(The Wall Street Journal - World News, )

Peter Capaldi is in top form in this high-stakes opener to series 9, but new viewers may be alienated by the alien adventure.
(CNET News - Politics and Law, )

He's also alienated himself from fellow Republicans without revealing detailed plans to influence public policy — which may prove to be his triumph or downfall.
(The Independent - World News, )


4 examples:

How long have you been alienated from your family?

Why is France so alienated from its immigrant and Islamic communities?
(The Vancouver Sun - World, )

An alienated teenager angry about global events, or the face of Isis-inspired terror in Australia?
(The Independent - World News, )

What could be more melancholic, extravagant, alienated, operatic and deeply strange than Italian film?
(The New York Times - Travel, )

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76 examples:

He felt alienated from society.

His behavior alienated his friends.

His coolness has alienated his friends.

In high school, he alienated all his friends with his constant mocking.

That shift alienated J.C. Penney’s customer base.
(Forbes - Entrepreneurs, )

Ambitious policies have alienated Turkey from much of the region.
(The Wall Street Journal - World News, )

Blackwater private security alienated Iraqis against the United States.
(Forbes - Business, )

It has alienated top producers and is struggling to redefine its strategy.
(The Wall Street Journal - U.S. Business, )

At G-20 summit, US faces allies alienated by protectionist policies, analysts say.
(CNBC, )

When he moved to San Francisco shortly after high school, Silas Howard felt alienated.
(Los Angeles Times - Entertainment News, )

Mr. Trump has alienated large swaths of the national electorate, notably Hispanics and women.
(The New York Times - U.S. News, )

Pauline Marois's plan has divided sovereigntists and alienated PQ party elders, Terence McKenna writes.
(CBC News - Canada, )

Each pension plan shall provide that benefits provided under the plan may not be assigned or alienated.
(Forbes - Entrepreneurs, )

Snapchat's redesign alienated many, leading to a high-profile backlash and slowing growth in new users.
(BBC News - Business, )

Larry Laughlin, a retired business owner from Minnesota, said he felt alienated from conventional news media.
(The New York Times - Business, )

Some young Muslim voters in Halifax say they feel alienated by the political process, and stigmatised by politicians.
(BBC News - U.K. News, )

The only people who use it are those who are excluded or alienated from the digital age – the poor and the elderly.
(Daily Mail - Money, )

Donald Trump's views alienated many left-leaning tech employees in Silicon Valley, but none more so than at Alphabet.
(CNBC, )

The Republican offers to work with the White House, but he sticks with tax-cut proposals that have alienated Democrats.
(Lisa Mascaro, Washington Bureau in Los Angeles Times - National News, )

Sam's changes alienated IBM customers, many of whom are ending what has been in many cases a multi-decade relationship.
(Forbes - Technology, )

Writer-director Morgan Simon’s debut feature, ‘A Taste of Ink,’ stars Kevin Azais as an alienated young musician.
(The Hollywood Reporter - Reviews, )

Partly because the brooding atmosphere has alienated those looking for the usual sexy older woman romp, writes JAN MOIR.
(Daily Mail - News, )

This news forces Willem into a painfully reluctant reckoning with his own alienated aridity and avoidance of involvement.
(The Independent - Arts & Entertainment, )

In search of its new big thing, the company has alienated cable providers and networks with an assertive negotiating style.
(The Wall Street Journal - Technology, )

It's been 40 years since a surly, alienated Robert De Niro drove a taxi cab around New York City in a movie that shocked audiences.
(NBC Today, )

Jeremy Corbyn, center, the leader of Britain’s Labour Party, is popular with left-wing party members but has alienated many others.
(The New York Times - World News, )

Labour leadership contender Yvette Cooper says her party alienated business with rhetoric that appeared to "knock down" wealth creators.
(BBC News - Politics, )

Foreign Minister Julie Bishop says protecting the vulnerable and alienated from the lure of Islamic State is a major challenge of the time.
(Sydney Morning Herald - National, )

The Obama administration’s move against emissions from coal-fired plants will alienate an industry and a region that is already alienated.
(The New York Times - U.S. News, )

Netanyahu embarked on a last-minute scorched-earth campaign in the waning days of the race that alienated allies and insulted Arab citizens.
(The Vancouver Sun - World, )

President Donald Trump smoothed his rough edges, soothed congressional Republicans and reached out to populations he'd previously alienated.
(CNN - U.S. News, )

His Tulse Luper project alienated even some of his most devoted followers and British public funders have, shamefully, ignored him for years.
(The Independent - Arts & Entertainment, )

The government of Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras has thoroughly alienated the eurozone partners it needs to secure a favorable long-term debt deal.
(The New York Times - Business, )

Starbucks may have won favor with lactose intolerant customers by adding almond milk to its menu, but it may have alienated another consumer base.
(CNBC, )

The supermarket has been struggling to compete against rivals with some analysts concerned a move upmarket has alienated some of its core customers.
(Daily Mail - Money, )

The National Archives and Records Administration is concerned that federal records may have been “alienated” from official record-keeping systems.
(The New York Times - U.S. News, )

As governor, Mr. Walker alienated Republicans and his fellow Democrats, particularly the Democratic powerhouse Richard J. Daley, the mayor of Chicago.
(The New York Times - U.S. News, )

On the back of announcing that annual profits are lower than expected, Mulberry will refocus its sales efforts in a bid to win back alienated customers.
(Daily Mail - News, )

Apple alienated a lot of customers by removing the 3.5mm headphone jack from the iPhone 7, and Google's new Pixel phone gives them the perfect place to go.
(Forbes - Technology, )

Former TV-am host Nick Owen says viewers are alienated by reports of presenters' high salaries, as Susanna Reid prepares to launch Good Morning Britain on ITV.
(BBC News - Entertainment & Arts, )

The Queen's bankers, Coutts & Co, who've alienated customers through exorbitant charges, have now attracted the ire of tiresome football pundit Robbie Savage, 43.
(Daily Mail - Money, )

Before becoming the martyr-saint of sensitive, alienated youth, Steven Patrick Morrissey was a teenage fan who wrote impassioned letters to Britain's pop weeklies.
(The Wall Street Journal - Lifestyle, )

In other words, the end result was counter-productive: Muslim communities felt alienated, and precious little – in terms of making Britain safer – was achieved.
(The Independent - World News, )

The president said Mr. Trump should reach out to voters alienated by his campaign, and declined to comment on the selection of Stephen K. Bannon as senior counselor.
(The New York Times - U.S. News, )

In the capable hands of Betsy Stage, "Hamlet," the Shakespeare tragedy about a vengeful and luckless Danish prince, is reimagined as a tale of alienated gypsy tribes.
(The Denver Post - Entertainment, )

This novel, written in 1934 and not published until now, features one of Rand’s Nietzschean characters, a pessimist alienated from a world she regards with disdain.
(The New York Times - Arts, )

Witnesses say they've seen the arrest of a former spy chief for Hugo Chavez who has been leading a movement of alienated leftists opposed to President Nicolas Maduro.
(Fox News - World, )

After persuading men to squeeze into slimmer-fitting clothing, some retailers are realizing they have alienated men who are well-muscled or carrying a few extra pounds.
(The Wall Street Journal - Lifestyle, )

The Harper decade ends with a tangled legacy: a louder foreign policy, lower taxes, a balanced budget, and an abrasive political style that alienated both friend and foe.
(Terry Milewski in CBC News - Canada, )

If you want to know why so many feel alienated from the political system, just take a look at a story that speaks volumes about the unaccountability of our political masters.
(Daily Mail - News, )

In his eight years in power Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki created a dysfunctional and corrupt dictatorship that alienated two out of three of Iraq’s main communities.
(The Independent - People, )

Vermont’s Republican Party, once a major power, is alienated from the national brand, troubled by infighting and unable to offer a full slate of candidates for the primaries.
(The New York Times - U.S. News, )

Liverpool's forgotten left back Jose Enrique has vowed to stay at the club and fight for a starting place despite being 'alienated' along with Mario Balotelli and Fabio Borini.
(Daily Mail - Sport, )

Wealthy people have revealed the downsides of being rich in a new Reddit thread - including scrounging family members, being alienated from friends and always being expected to pay.
(Daily Mail - Femail, )

The Green Party leader has found an audience among young voters alienated by politicians in the two main parties, but will have to make a much better fist of explaining her policies.
(Daily Mail - News, )

Bungled debates, alienated voters and attacks on State Senator Adriano D. Espaillat’s credibility hindered his challenge for Representative Charles B. Rangel’s seat, analysts say.
(The New York Times - U.S. News, )

"As for the character of Constantine, we knew that an alienated, chain-smoking, bisexual, world-weary demonologist would feel right at home among our Legends," EP Phil Klemmer tells THR.
(The Hollywood Reporter - TV, )

Marion "Suge" Knight and Death Row Records filed for bankruptcy in 2006, long after his numerous legal run-ins had alienated him from most reputable companies and his flagship artists had left.
(Randall Roberts in Los Angeles Times - Pop & Hiss, )

Polls in Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania and Berlin next month will gauge how much her move to let in more than a million refugees since last year has alienated her core voters and weakened her party.
(The Wall Street Journal - World News, )

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s welcome of the Keystone XL reversal in Washington has alienated many environmentalists in Canada, and has also strained his relations with some indigenous communities.
(The New York Times - World News, )

ISIS’ message continues to resonate with alienated Americans, as more extremists plot attacks on U.S. soil and attempt to travel overseas to join the terror group, according to a new report from key lawmakers.
(Fox News - Politics, )

Joshua Wong, a 17-year-old student, has been at the center of the democracy movement as young activists represent a troubling confirmation for officials that their generation is the one most alienated from Beijing.
(The New York Times - World News, )

President Trump has cast aside the mythology of a magisterial presidency removed from the people in favor of a reality-show accessibility that strikes a chord in parts of the country alienated by the establishment.
(The New York Times - U.S. News, )

In less than two weeks, Donald J. Trump has created upheaval at the nation’s borders, alienated longtime allies, roiled markets with talk of a trade war and prompted some of the largest protests any president has faced.
(The New York Times - Business, )

Ronnie O’Sullivan has alienated snooker’s custodians before and always been accepted back into the fold, yet judging by the withering criticism delivered by Steve Davis, his latest hint at retirement has not been kindly accepted.
(Daily Mail - Sport, )

As Islamic militants have advanced farther into Iraq's heartland, the Obama administration has tried to avert all-out civil war by urging the Shiite Muslim-led government to share more power with alienated Sunni and Kurdish minorities.
(Paul Richter in Los Angeles Times - World News, )

Lampkin hopes women, people of color, members of the LGBT community and other minorities in Silicon Valley who may feel alienated by job search tools that prominently display one's name and headshot will feel comfortable using Blendoor.
(Forbes - Entrepreneurs, )

Analysts of Islamist extremism in Europe talk of a "third generation" -- Muslim teenagers and men in their early twenties intensely alienated from the countries to which their parents and grandparents immigrated in hope of a better life.
(CNN - World News, )

Mohammed Emwazi, now identified as the Islamic State’s notorious executioner ‘Jihadi John’, followed a familiar trajectory from a ‘beautiful young man’ to an alienated and radicalised victim of persecution by MI5, a British advocacy group claims.
(Sydney Morning Herald - World, )

Syrian rebel groups battled one another Monday for control of a provincial capital, part of a vicious round of score settling targeting an Al Qaeda affiliate that gained stature fighting President Bashar Assad but alienated many by imposing strict Islamic law.
(Nabih Bulos and Patrick J. McDonnell in Los Angeles Times - World News, )

Republican leaders are openly fearful that Donald Trump’s divisive presidential campaign will drive Latino voters away from the Republican Party for a generation or more, much in the way Barry Goldwater alienated African Americans during the civil rights era.
(Los Angeles Times - National News, )

Masaaki Yuasa’s “Lu Over the Wall” blends elements of Hans Christian Andersen’s “The Little Mermaid,” Hayao Miyazaki’s “Ponyo” and alienated teen stories into a quirky, highly personal film unlike conventional Japanese or American animated features.
(Los Angeles Times - Movies Now, )

President Obama said Wednesday that using the term “Islamic extremism” only grants terrorist groups like Al Qaeda and the Islamic State “the legitimacy they seek” as he called for a broader effort to prevent alienated young people from taking up violent causes.
(Kathleen Hennessey, Michael A. Memoli in Los Angeles Times - National News, )

The oppressive and vindictive rule of Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki, whose divisive governing has alienated and marginalized Sunnis and Kurds, has played a significant role in the deterioration of security and the emergence of Sunni extremists, experts on the troubled country say.
(Mark Gollom in CBC News - World, )

New research finds that young black men and teens who are most likely to be victims or perpetrators of violence are also those who feel that they have the least power to effect social change -- highlighting the importance of ensuring that young black men do not feel alienated by society and social programs.
(Science Daily - News, )

Venezuelans stayed away from the polls in massive numbers on Sunday in a show of protest against a vote to grant President Nicolas Maduro's ruling socialist party virtually unlimited powers in the face of a brutal socio-economic crisis and a grinding battle against its political opponents and groups of increasingly alienated and violent young protesters.
(Fox News - World, )

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