Alienate

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Emotional ImpactPlay
Understand that 'alienate' implies negative emotions and could show someone's actions causing hurt. SlideIgnoring her during meetings may alienate her from the team.
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Non-instantaneousPlay
'Alienate' often implies a gradual process, not an immediate change in social dynamics. SlideHis reluctance to participate slowly began to alienate him from our club.
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Passive ResultPlay
The action that causes alienation may not be intended to isolate; it's often an unfortunate result. SlideWithout realizing, his constant tardiness alienated his coworkers.