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Definition of "alienating" []

  • Present participle of alienate. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "alienating" in a sentence
  • "Someone - all too often - it feels like Cascade is more interested in alienating people than winning people over."
  • "Ultimately, the operation was focused on the inside game, run by insiders uninterested in alienating people they'd need in their next gig."
  • "It also seems that the BPA takes a macarbe delight in alienating itself and thus perpeptuating the minority/victim label."
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