Many are alienated from their families already and defiance is part of their motive for leaving.
Non-college whites are the most alienated and pessimistic group in the electorate and also the most nationalist.
As a result, our young people are alienated like no generation before them.
Not surprisingly, this has alienated independents, women, and young voters outside the conservative tribe.
As it happens, whites without a college degree are the most alienated of all measured voting blocs.
I think not; you have blighted her confidence and alienated her affections.
I know not any of the number to be alienated from the true faith.
To be alienated from him would be the bitterest grief which life could bring.
She was helplessly conscious of the result: her husband was alienated from her.
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.