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  • verb Present participle of alien.

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Examples

  • By aliening themselves with the extreme right ring they are alienating us TRUE CONSERVATIVES.

    RNC members draft new 'socialist' resolution

  • One has to understand New York City's background to realize that while Guiliani ran an administration that presided over an improved New York he did so by aliening many New Yorkers.

    The Real Meaning Of Rudy Screaming "Bulls#$t"

  • As a Christian, I have absolutely no problem with accepting both the scientific explanation of evolution and aliening it with my faith.

    Kirk Cameron attempts to debunk Darwin

  • Perkins got out of jail by duping authorities by saying he was going to donate a kidney to his aliening son.

    CNN Transcript Mar 4, 2006

  • Yet I think that those who manage well, and use reasonable œconomy, could pay one and a half per cent. and maintain their houshold comfortably in the mean time, without aliening any part of their principal, and that the people would submit to this willingly for the purpose of supporting their present contest.

    Notes on the State of Virginia.

  • Yet I think that those who manage well, and use reasonable; oeconomy, could pay one and a half per cent, and maintain their houshould comfortably in the mean time, without aliening any part of their principal, and that the people would submit to this willingly for the purpose of supporting their present contest.

    Notes on the State of Virginia

  • And it's counterproductive because the focus on criminality can seem punitive and serve to polarize the debate, potentially aliening not just immigrant voters, who really aren't that numerous, but the native-born, who want less immigration but don't want to feel bad about themselves for holding such a view.

    National Review Online

  • And it's counterproductive because the focus on criminality can seem punitive and serve to polarize the debate, potentially aliening not just immigrant voters, who really aren't that numerous, but the native-born, who want less immigration but don't want to feel bad about themselves for holding such a view.

    National Review Online

  • And it's counterproductive because the focus on criminality can seem punitive and serve to polarize the debate, potentially aliening not just immigrant voters, who really aren't that numerous, but the native-born, who want less immigration but don't want to feel bad about themselves for holding such a view.

    National Review Online

  • And it's counterproductive because the focus on criminality can seem punitive and serve to polarize the debate, potentially aliening not just immigrant voters, who really aren't that numerous, but the native-born, who want less immigration but don't want to feel bad about themselves for holding such a view.

    National Review Online

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