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
Example sentences from the Web for estrange
For income, Lala braids hair along the beach, estranged from Wilma, who has sniffed the corruption on Adan and turned her face away.‘How the One-Armed Sister Sweeps Her House,’ by Cherie Jones, is a stunning debut|Hamilton Cain|February 2, 2021|Washington Post
Poverty, alienation, estrangement, continuously aggravated by racism, overt and institutional.‘Why Have I Lost Control?’: Cory Booker in ’92 on Rodney King Echoes Ferguson|Cory Booker|November 26, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Those views contribute to a sense of estrangement Muslims feel from the rest of British society.
The estrangement, as emotional as it is physical, will be 21 years old in August.
So where exactly is the line that a family member must cross for estrangement to be justified and furthermore not stigmatized?Should You Divorce Your Family After the Holidays?|Keli Goff|January 2, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Her departure from her kids when they were young was like a severing of relations, an estrangement that has not eased to this day.
Absolute estrangement had followed the birth of their child nearly twenty years ago.The Joyous Adventures of Aristide Pujol|William J. Locke
Though Castiglione thus brought him fresh honours, it nearly caused an estrangement between him and his chief.
Marmont indignantly refused to go in such a capacity, and a permanent estrangement nearly took place.
These discussions ended in an estrangement, for some time, between the two cronies.Repertory Of The Comedie Humaine, Complete, A -- Z|Anatole Cerfberr and Jules Franois Christophe
There was a scene, however, which particularly marked the moment when in the life of this husband and wife estrangement began.Juana|Honore de Balzac