Alienated

Antonyms of ALIENATED

Examples of usage:

  1. We had all been alienated by the follies and mistakes of the Russian Far Eastern policy. "Korea's Fight for Freedom" by F.A. McKenzie
  2. A large majority of its voters, I am sure, are not now in harmony with the Democratic party,- nor have they ever been so,- but it is true, at the same time, that thousands of those who for many years acted with the Republican party, and voted for its candidates, have become alienated, thus making Republican success at any election in the State close and doubtful, and that, too, regardless of the merits of opposing candidates or the platform declarations of opposing parties. "The Facts of Reconstruction" by John R. Lynch
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