Verb(1) remove from customary environment or associations(2) arouse hostility or indifference in where there had formerly been love, affection, or friendliness
(1) It's obvious that bad character traits such as anger, jealousy, and pride estrange a person from others.(2) are you deliberately seeking to estrange your readers?(3) Their relations ultimately further estrange him from his Jewish wife.(4) A consequence of his broken marriage was the apparent attempt by his ex-wife to estrange his son from him, hence his over-indulgence of Carl's gambling habits.(5) I thought that this was going to estrange my daughter and myself for a very long time.(6) The songs are a little more raw this time around, though not drastically enough to estrange long-time fans.(7) His language deliberately estranges the modern reader from the customary historical accounts of the past, exposing a revisionist view of America.(8) his estranged wife(9) he became estranged from his father(10) As a result, she can understand neither herself nor others, and this estranges her from her husband, her son, her American relatives, and finally, from Isabel.
(1) estrange :: Estrange
1. alienate ::
2. antagonize ::
3. turn away ::
4. drive away ::
5. distance ::
6. sever ::
7. set at odds with ::
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1. reconcile ::
Different Formsestrange, estranged, estrangement, estrangements, estranges, estranging
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