Examples of Alienates
Sentence with the verb Alienates
I want to do something different, really different, and if it alienates people that
Myth is supposed to bring us together, but fantasy alienates us.
The government can only be brought down because it alienates several parties in the House.
But her extreme animal rights agenda 'alienates people in the countryside completely'.
(Daily Mail - News, )
An African desert-dwelling male bird favors his biological sons and alienates his stepsons, suggests new research.
(Science Daily - News, )
Theresa May has been warned that she risks losing the next general election if she alienates moderate Conservative voters by pushing through a "hard Brexit".
(Gavin Cordon in The Independent - U.K. News, )
Senator Rand Paul broke with fellow Republicans by saying that the focus on stricter voting laws to crack down on fraud alienates African-Americans and hurts the party.
(The New York Times - U.S. News, )
Unionist politicians, who hold the balance of power in parliament after Thursday’s surprise poll result, have been criticising the name for eight years, claiming it alienates Northern Ireland.
(Daily Mail - Sport, )
The first measures of public opinion on Donald Trump's proposal to ban most Muslims from entering the country underscore the fears of the GOP establishment: The idea gets strong support within Republican ranks but alienates much of the rest of the electorate.
(Los Angeles Times - National News, )
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