estranged from (one)

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estranged from (one)

No longer having a relationship with someone, often due to hostilities. They had such an ugly divorce that Dave is now estranged from his ex-wife. What happened between Molly and her mother? How long have they been estranged from each other?
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*estranged from someone

to be alienated from someone. (*Typically: be ~; become ~.) Toward the end, they were estranged from each other, so a separation was perfectly natural. She had been estranged from her husband for a number of years.
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SO the supporting actress isn't just estranged from one of her siblings but from most of her family, as well.
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Since then, members of the Specter family have been estranged from one another, and Harvey has been blaming himself for it.
Most poignantly of all, the twin departures of Carrie and Debbie hit their fans really hard, because for more than a decade, they had been estranged from one another.
As for the rank cynicism and alienation that fuel lulz politics, polls by the likes of Gallup and Pew suggest we're growing more polarized and estranged from one another than we've ever been.
Now, mostly estranged from one another, the remaining five reluctantly gather at that same house on the eve of what would have been Bea's fortieth birthday.
Politics and society have become radically estranged from one another in modern Britain.
Even today the warring factions--Croats and Serbs--remain estranged from one another in many parts of former Yugoslavia.
Felix is estranged from one of his sons over his sex change, but his other son Kieran, 20, attended.
By interweaving a theology of the cross with the horrors of lynching, Cone forces the reader to face not only the consequences of lynching for the experience of black people in a previous era, but to acknowledge that the legacy of lynching continues to shape who we are today, black and white people, estranged from one another through a history that has been little acknowledged, let alone confronted.
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"I think people are so used to the concept of people having children with somebody and then, somehow, ending up estranged from one another, that when people come along who really are there as a family forever...
Each of these women is estranged from one another to varying degrees, but there is much they share.