estrangement


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the act of estranging or the condition of being estranged

an interruption in friendly relations

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separation resulting from hostility

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the feeling of being alienated from other people

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The prince hardly knew anything, for this was the first informant from the household whom he had met since the estrangement.
Hargrave, who, if equally benighted on the subject of our estrangement, saw at least that her daughter was behaving very improperly, 'I must insist upon your leaving the room
Margaret, though unable to understand her sister, was assured against estrangement, and returned to London with a more peaceful mind.
The partners themselves were uncommunicative; even Whiskey Dick, who since his remarkable social elevation had become less oracular, much to his own astonishment, contributed nothing to the gossip except a suggestion that as the fiery temper of George Kearney brooked no opposition, even from his brother, it was better they should separate before the estrangement became serious.
One Saeeda Mai had altercation with her husband Jamshed and she in estrangement left for her parents home.
Thereafter due to political estrangement between two countries, India took advantage while providing more facility to Afghan Traders and facilitating trade through Chabahar Port due to which Pak-Afghan Trade has declined sharply.
Thereafter due to a political estrangement between two countries, India took advantage while providing more facility to Afghan traders and facilitating trade through Chabahar Port due to which Pak-Afghan Trade has declined sharply, he added.
Recently, I got a call from Margaret, who denied the estrangement.
Andrea, 60, from Leeds, West Yorks, is rebuilding her relationship with Mel after years of estrangement.
Now, Open Hillel, "a student-run campaign to encourage inclusivity and open discourse at campus Hillels," has lined up an impressively long list of left-leaning Jewish professors to endorse the accusation that Hillel International's guidelines "narrowly circumscribe discourse about Israel-Palestine and only serve to foster estrangement from the organized Jewish community.
In this, the final part of my article, I'll talk about the options that are available when alienation is suspected or established, and offer some suggestions for how cases involving claims of alienation and estrangement should be handled when they go to court.
He also reveals the trauma of his first wife's mental health problems, and how he finally made peace with his daughter after several years of estrangement.
Fresh off his appeal to the US and Cuban leaders to end their halfcentury of estrangement, Francis issued his plea to Colombia's warring factions from Revolution Plaza at the end of his Sunday Mass.
Summary: President Barack Obama and Cuban President Raul Castro plan their first substantial, in-person discussion Saturday, a historic encounter as they work to restore diplomatic ties after more than half a century of estrangement between their countries.
The poems move in a very cyclical pattern epitomizing the advent of love in one's life, followed by a sudden estrangement and a hopeful return of love, in its own mysterious way.