Alienation in a sentence as a noun

Massive alienation of users through invasive ads is the beginning of the end.

Here's a suggestion: instead of blaming your alienation from your block on the breakup of old racist '60s ethnic enclaves, reach out to the people on your block.

Apple saw that having a fully custom OS meant developer alienation.

For the people who live on reservations, or are connected to those who do, the term is loaded with a lot of bitterness, futility, alienation, and despair.

While the latter can have the impact you describe, the former will just create alienation and destroys any basis of sensible communication.

Marx valued the ethos of the small artisan and was deeply concerned about worker "alienation" resulting from mass methods of production.

It's interesting that the author describes an alienation from work that sounds exceedingly Marxist and appears to be the result of failed bargaining power.

Yes. Is it possible to experience alienation from humanity to a level almost incomprehensible anywhere else in the world while simultaneously having no elbow room?

Alienation definitions


the feeling of being alienated from other people

See also: disaffection estrangement


separation resulting from hostility

See also: estrangement


(law) the voluntary and absolute transfer of title and possession of real property from one person to another; "the power of alienation is an essential ingredient of ownership"


the action of alienating; the action of causing to become unfriendly; "his behavior alienated the other students"