That an alienated Mormon went public with his grievances about church doctrine is nothing unusual.
Non-college whites are the most alienated and pessimistic group in the electorate and also the most nationalist.
This neoconning of Israel alienated some Americans, including some American Jews, from the Jewish State.
As a result, our young people are alienated like no generation before them.
alienated, angry, frustrated with couples therapy, you decide to divorce.
I think not; you have blighted her confidence and alienated her affections.
It may be but a source of alienated feelings, of vexation and strife.
To be alienated from him would be the bitterest grief which life could bring.
At the start, he alienated many Republicans by his policy toward the South.
My alienated affections wandered, and I was unfaithful to Marion.
1540s, "make estranged" (in feelings or affections), from Latin alienatus, past participle of alienare "to make another's, estrange," from alienus "of or belonging to another person or place," from alius "(an)other" (see alias (adv.)). Related: Alienated; alienating.