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Synonyms for estrange

to make distant, hostile, or unsympathetic

Synonyms for estrange

remove from customary environment or associations

arouse hostility or indifference in where there had formerly been love, affection, or friendliness

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18, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Although the United States is one of the most diversified countries on this planet, and interracial love is no longer a rare case, estrangements between different races still exist.
This concept is also woven throughout Pretty's book - the effects of placelessness or estrangements on our world, and how to reinvigorate sense of place in order to move towards environmental stewardship.
These time-tested ties should not succumb to any fleeting estrangements," Geo News quoted Haqqani, as saying.
And when your wife of 40 years became a stranger due to the usual estrangements that creep into a marriage with two wage earners and three kids, what did you do to welcome her back into the intimacy you once enjoyed?
Still, a point is made: There are varieties of irony, and as Ray's eloquent estrangements make plain, they need not have anything to do with the cynical or the merely glib.