Noun(1) the feeling of being alienated from other people(2) separation resulting from hostility(3) (law(4) the action of alienating; the action of causing to become unfriendly
(1) He is worried about hubris, overstretch, a too-great reliance on military force, the alienation and anger of foreigners.(2) But the rhetoric of Marxist exploitation and alienation does not speak to the needs of non-labourers, and may indeed oppose them.(3) most leases contain restrictions against alienation(4) This situation of alienation is made worse by the ├ö├ç├┐voucher system├ö├ç├û which applies to all refugees who, having no friends or relatives, are compelled to accept public housing.(5) These two feed on each other, the recollections of what is lost and the alienation from what is found.(6) This was the theory of alienation whereby the audience, already familiar with the story line, does not get caught up with the narrative.(7) The relationship between fan and idol suffers from a tragic alienation or lack of consummation.(8) This goes together with the complete absence of any sense of distance or alienation from the government they elected.(9) He also identified a sense of alienation from the political process, rather than apathy; a feeling of disengagement more likely to be found in areas of high deprivation.(10) Achebe and Ellison have been among the most eloquent spokesmen for the alienation of the modern black person.(11) From a more personal experience, I experienced alienation while visiting these clubs.(12) Chan says the situations in the novel genuinely reflect his experience, particularly the feeling of alienation that his hero experiences daily.(13) The teacher's certainty about his role, largely the result of alienation , asserts hierarchy.(14) This implies first, that women must begin to overcome the alienation from, and learn again to be one with their bodies.(15) They recounted years of frustration and alienation from being ignored despite worry, illness and death.(16) Amotivation represents the lowest possible level of self-determination, as it implies a loss of personal control and alienation akin to learned helplessness.
2. isolation ::
3. detachment ::
5. distance ::
6. separation ::
7. division ::
8. cutting off ::
9. turning away ::
1. reconciliation ::
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