Alienate in a sentence 🔊

Short Sentences for Alienate

  • 1. That every time you do you alienate me more, if possible? 🔊

  • 2. You see, therefore, you cannot alienate this sum. 🔊

  • 3. You, too, have striven to alienate the land From Austria. 🔊

  • 4. Such cruel insinuations can never alienate from you the friends who love you. 🔊

How to use Alienate in Sentences?

  • 1. The Spragues were the founders, and they had never been anxious to alienate their patrimony. 🔊

  • 2. The wife has during the marriage no power to alienate her land without her husband's concurrence. 🔊

  • 3. A cruel precipitation," he cried, "may alienate our friends in England, Ireland, America. 🔊

  • 4. A policy of war to the knife on his part would certainly cool, and in some cases altogether alienate that sympathy. 🔊

  • 5. Nothing but his free and formal promise, obtained in return for favours received, can alienate that right. 🔊

  • 6. She could appoint a guardian for the lad, to superintend his education, but she could not alienate a yard of land. 🔊

  • 7. Their ingrained weakness lay in that they did not possess sufficient genius to alienate themselves entirely from document and to create new abstract compositions. 🔊

  • 8. In other words, the French king abandoned the young protege whom he had spared no pains to alienate from Burgundian protection. 🔊

  • 9. That this would separate me for the time from Mrs. Henley, alienate her friendship, was a certainty. 🔊

  • 10. It is fast becoming what it was in the beginning, a sect with more or less power to alienate the few who genuinely adhere to it from the pagan society in which they are forced to live. 🔊

  • 11. Half-way measures secure less than half-way results, and these alienate the support of those who only indifferently believe in contagion and the importance of precautionary measures. 🔊