The correct answer is antagonize.
The correct answer is (D) To antagonize; to make indifferent or averse; to cause someone's affection or good will to withdrawn; to estrange. To divert or turn away. In law, to transfer property title from one person to another.
Alienate comes from Latin alienare
Examples of use:
- Over a period of time, he has alienated all members of his family.
- Poor service can quickly alienate a restaurant's customers.