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cloak-and-dagger, covertly, secretiveness, Clandestinity, Secretness, Covertness, clandestinely, clandestineness, huggermuggery, clandestine.
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Correct spelling:
alienated

Synonyms:

adjective
all
anomic, disoriented, alienated.
contumacious
insurgent, stubborn.
estranged
alone, disaffected.
friendless
all by one's self, without ties, all alone.
secluded
hermitic, confined, solitary, cloistered, blacklisted, alone, Banished, xenophobic, outcast, detached, separated, Extradited, misanthropic, Exiled, Expatriated, Ejected, Excommunicated, Disbarred, aloof, secluded, Blackballed, sequestered, Eliminated, boycott, closeted, Extirpated, cordoned, Ostracized, segregated, reclusive, Excluded, maverick, anonymous, antisocial, Deported, isolated, lonely.
separate
distinct, Sundered, detached, disassembled, unglued, separate, Disintegrated, independent, fragmentary, autonomous, individual, severed, dissociated, disjoint, unaffiliated, unrelated, disconnected, disaffiliated.
noun
alienated
anomic, estranged, unloved, unoriented, disoriented.
verb
alienated
disunited, separated, estranged, disaffected, divorced, Distanced, pushed away, divided.
dissociated
disconnected, Insulated, Excised, segregated, uncoupled, Halved, severed, Disengaged, parted, ruptured, rent, Disassociated, broken, dismantled, split, disjoined, Sundered, cleaved, dissociated, cleft, partitioned, fragmented, broke, detached.
secluded
removed, Boycotted, Screened, Expelled, rejected, Evicted, Ousted.
separated
incised, sliced, Bisected, Amputated, ripped, dissected, unhinged, cut, axed, unfixed, Pared.
Examples of usage:
  1. Many a wife has been alienated from her husband's family, and many an affectionate heart has been deeply wounded by such injudicious conduct; and, as a sensible woman will always pay especial attention to the relations of her husband, and entertain them with affectionate politeness, the husband on his part should always cordially receive and duly attend to her relations. – Martine's Hand-book of Etiquette, and Guide to True Politeness by Arthur Martine
  2. Lady Tranmore's affection had been long since alienated. – The Marriage of William Ashe by Mrs. Humphry Ward
  3. No jury would convict the seven bishops, however, for James had alienated every class, and they were acquitted. – A Political and Social History of Modern Europe V.1. by Carlton J. H. Hayes
  4. Every time a friend has been alienated by his comrades, it has seemed to seal him with another seal. – The May Flower, and Miscellaneous Writings by Harriet Beecher Stowe
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