verb (used with object), es·tranged, es·trang·ing.
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OTHER WORDS FROM estrangees·trange·ment, nounes·trang·er, nounself-es·trange·ment, noun
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Numerous reasons, of which I guess part, perhaps estrange you from it, and perhaps also the book does not please you.Charles Baudelaire, His Life|Thophile Gautier
Men knew not even whether it were round or flat; and the unplumbed sea could still estrange.The Age of Erasmus|P. S. Allen
All that Murray's policy seemed to have really done was to estrange from her the English Catholics.History of the English People|John Richard Green
She flashed at him indignantly, "You wish to estrange me from my family, from my sister Caroline."Romance of Roman Villas|Elizabeth W. (Elizbeth Williams) Champney
Because, miserable slave, you cherish the mad hope of beguiling me yourself, you do your utmost to estrange me from your master.Arachne, Complete|Georg Ebers