Definition of Alienations

1. Noun. (plural of alienation) ¹



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Definition of Alienations

1. alienation [n] - See also: alienation

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Alienations

alien nucleic acid
alienabilities
alienability
alienable
alienably
alienage
alienages
alienans
alienate
alienated
alienatedly
alienates
alienating
alienation
alienation of affection
alienations (current term)
alienator
alienators
aliened
alienee
alienees
aliener
alieners
alienesque
alieniloquy
aliening
alienism
alienisms
alienist

Literary usage of Alienations

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1. A Compendium of the Law of Property in Land: And of Conveyancing Relating to by William Douglas Edwards (1904)
"Invalid alienations.—As a general rule, an agreement is void, both at law and in equity, if it is entered into for an illegal purpose, or tends to promote ..."

2. A History of the Inquisition of Spain by Henry Charles Lea (1906)
"aroused by the strict enforcement of the canon laws which vitiated all alienations and stripped all creditors of their claims. ..."

3. The Imperial Gazetteer of India. by William Wilson Hunter, Great Britain India Office (1908)
"These alienations extend not only to portions of the ... Since 1880 alienations have been more carefully supervised than was usual in the past. ..."

4. A Handbook of Bankers' Law by Henry Robertson, W. D. Thorburn (1881)
"alienations by Insolvent Persona. Act 1621, c. 18. ... The alienations struck at by the Act, comprehend the whole of the debtor's heritable and moveable ..."

5. The Constitutional History of England Since the Accession of George the Third by Thomas Erskine May (1899)
"... that several bills were brought in to resume all grants made by Charles II. and James II.,4 and to prevent further alienations of crown lands.6 At the ..."

6. On the Functions of the Brain and of Each of Its Parts: With Observations on by Franz Josef Gall (1835)
"Of intermittent alienations, during the access of which certain Faculties, or certain Propensities manifest themselves with great energy. ..."

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