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Alienage meaning

alienage - 2 dictionary results

alienage - examples of usage

  1. Their rewards are from a foreign public- their fame, we fear, will suffer from alienage. - "Thomas Davis, Selections from his Prose and Poetry", Thomas Davis Commentator: T. W. Rolleston.
  2. The girl who was walking so quietly across the blue yielding moss had wrapped about her, like an invisible, intangible veil, something of the alienage that men, through the eons, have called divinity. - "Where the World is Quiet", Henry Kuttner.
  3. The Other, as she called it- giving the entity a thought- form that implied complete alienage- had a strangely chameleon- like method of feeding. - "Where the World is Quiet", Henry Kuttner.
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