A'LIENATE, verb transitive [Latin alieno.]
1. To transfer title, property or right to another; as, to alienate lands, or sovereignty.
2. To estrange; to withdraw, as the affections; to make indifferent or averse, where love or friendship before subsisted; with from; as, to alienate the heart or affections; to alienate a man from the friends of his youth.
3. To apply to a wrong use.
They shall not alienate the first fruits of the land.
A'LIENATE, adjective [Latin alienatus.]
Estranged; withdrawn from; stranger to; with from.
O alienate from God, O spirit accurst.
The whigs were alienate from truth.