Alien to :
1. Belonging to another country or race
- very different in nature of character especially so different as to cause dislike or opposition
1. Their ideas are quite alien to our way of thinking.
2. It is an alien concept.
3. Orange trees are alien to China.
4. They appeared to be alien to our culture.
5. What Mary said was alien to the social-subject.
6. Disobeying the teachers is alien to the school discipline.
7. The language they speak is totally alien to us.
8. Cruelty and criminality are alien to us.
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