from The Century Dictionary.
- Same as
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- transitive verb To alien or alienate; to transfer, as title or property.
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- verb transitive To
alienor alienate; to transfer, as title or property.
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Looked up the word aliene (sorry, but I don't know how to do diacritical marks here) in my Cassell's French-English dictionary.
Nel 2030, astronavi aliene di pattuglia ricevono un potente segnale radio dal pianeta blu.
Per Travel Is Dangerous dei Mogwai, Monkmus mostra i patimenti di un gruppo di creature aliene che fuggono dal loro pianeta in rovina.
Therefore all persons possessed of land "to the use of religious people or other spiritual persons", of which these latter take the profits, are required upon pain of forfeiture to procure licence of amortization within a time limited, or to "sell and aliene" to some other use.
Bryan, for and in consideration of the sum of Thirty pounds sterling money to him in hand paid, did grant, bargain, sell, aliene, convey, and confirm unto the said
Whoever can be an evidence against the prisoner at the bar is ordered to come into Court; and here it scarce ever fails but that evidences, of one nature and another, are brought in, tho ', I think, all of them altogether aliene to the matter of inditement; for they none of them do respect witchcraft upon the bodyes of the afflicted, which is the alone matter of charge in the inditement.
So "dangerous aliene" is even a pleonasm, since an aliene is by definition completely and extrememly dangerous and has to be restrained at all time.
These only have an Estate and defend it not; have subjects and govern them not; and yet their States because undefended, are not taken from them; nor their subjects, though not govern'd, care not, think not, neither are able to aliene themselves from them.
Siobhumoremmclancholicum aliene ados ventriculi largiiis tranfmiffum, qui osven - triculi immodice contrahat & exugat, dice - t tur in affe&ibus lienis.
` a l'image de Dieu, est, par sa propre faute, dechu de la grace qu'il avait rec, ue,  et ainsi s'est aliene de Dieu, qui est la fontaine de justice et de tous biens, en sorte que sa nature est du tout corrompue.