Example sentences for: alienated

How can you use “alienated” in a sentence? Here are some example sentences to help you improve your vocabulary:

  • Rosen wants journalists, who he mistakenly thinks have "lost touch," to drop what they're doing and create a debate society for citizens, who he thinks are "alienated," in hopes that the Big Palaver will convince them to join together and take a crack at solving society's problems.

  • A Lauren clone (read: "khakis") at the outset, he identified an underserved fashion niche--urban black America, which was drawn to Lauren's WASPy abstractions but alienated by their overstated inaccessibility.

  • With this, Mark is fishing for stray conservative voters increasingly alienated from the twice-divorced, now unmarried John, who is pro-choice on abortion, voted against Clarence Thomas for the Supreme Court, and adamantly opposed Oliver North's 1994 Senate bid.

  • ) The Republican Party's opposition to Bill Lann Lee and skepticism about immigration have alienated once-friendly Asian voters, says an article: George Bush won the Asian vote by 27 points in 1992, but Bob Dole won it by only five points in 1996.

  • Her perceived inexperience and uncontrollability alienated not just him, but also most other leading Republicans in the state, including Sen.


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