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  • 21estrange — estrange, alienate, disaffect, wean are comparable when meaning to cause one to break a bond or tie of affection or loyalty. Estrange implies separation with consequent indifference or hostility; alienate may or may not suggest actual separation …

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  • 22estrange — transitive verb (estranged; estranging) Etymology: Middle English, from Anglo French estrangir, estranger, from Medieval Latin extraneare, from Latin extraneus strange more at strange Date: 15th century 1. to remove from customary environment or… …

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  • 24estrange — estrangement, n. estranger, n. /i straynj /, v.t., estranged, estranging. 1. to turn away in feeling or affection; make unfriendly or hostile; alienate the affections of: Their quarrel estranged the two friends. 2. to remove to or keep at a… …

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  • 25alienate — alien·ate / ā lē ə ˌnāt/ vt at·ed, at·ing [Latin alienare, from alienus not one s own]: to give away or sell (property or a property right) to another will not sell, transfer, assign, hypothecate or otherwise alienate any of his voting shares… …

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  • 26antagonize — I verb act in opposition to, aggress, alienate, cause dislike, cause offense, cause umbrage, compete with, conflict with, contend against, counteract, cross, destroy good will, disaffect, displease, embitter, envenom, estrange, excite hate, go… …

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  • 27disfavor — I verb avoid, be loath, deny respect, despise, disaffect, disapprove, discountenance, discredit, disdain, dishonor, dislike, disregard, disrespect, frown on, have no regard for, have no respect for, have no use for, hold cheap, invidia, look… …

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  • 28estrange — I verb abalienare, alienate, avoid, be disjoined, break with, cut off, disaffect, disband, disconnect, dispart, dissever, dissociate, disunite, divert from original use, divert from the original possessor, divide, draw apart, drive apart, exclude …

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  • 29alienate — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) v. t. estrange, make hostile; turn off (inf.). See discord. II (Roget s IV) v. Syn. estrange, turn away, set against, disaffect, distance, withdraw the affections of, antagonize, make unfriendly, come… …

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  • 30estrange — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) v. t. alienate, separate, withdraw; fall out, be unfriendly; disunite, part, wean; transfer. See disjunction. II (Roget s IV) v. Syn. alienate, disaffect, separate, come between; see alienate , divide 1 …

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  • 31disaffected — estranged, hostile, usually in reference to authority, 1630s, pp. adj. from DISAFFECT (Cf. disaffect). Related: Disaffectedly; disaffectedness …

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  • 32estrange — es•trange [[t]ɪˈstreɪndʒ[/t]] v. t. tranged, trang•ing 1) to alienate the affections of; make unfriendly or hostile 2) to remove to or keep at a distance • Etymology: 1475–85; < MF, OF estranger < ML exstrāneāre es•trange′ment, n.… …

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  • 33disaffectedly — adverb see disaffected * * * disaffectˈedly adverb • • • Main Entry: ↑disaffect …

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  • 34disaffectedness — noun see disaffected * * * disaffectˈedness noun • • • Main Entry: ↑disaffect …

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  • 35Disgruntle — Dis*grun tle, v. t. To dissatisfy; to disaffect; to anger. [Colloq.] [1913 Webster] …

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  • 36Irreconcile — Ir*rec on*cile , v. t. To prevent from being reconciled; to alienate or disaffect. [Obs.] [1913 Webster] …

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  • 37Vernon Richards — (19 July 1915 10 December 2001) was an Anglo Italian anarchist, editor, author and companion of Marie Louise Berneri.He was born Vero Recchioni in London in 1915. He was educated at Emanuel School, and King s College London, where he trained as a …

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  • 38Vandalic War — Infobox Military Conflict conflict=Vandalic War partof=Justinian s wars of Reconquest caption= date=533 ndash; 534 AD place=modern Tunisia casus= territory=Africa Province captured result=Roman victory, destruction of the Vandal Kingdom… …

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  • 39Philip Sansom — Philip Richard Sansom (19 September 1916 24 October 1999) was an anarchist writer and activist.Sansom began working life as a commercial artist. During the Second World War he was a conscientious objector, and worked in farming for a while. From… …

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  • 40Second Stadtholderless Period — The Second Stadtholderless Period or Era ( nl. Tweede Stadhouderloze Tijdperk) is the designation in Dutch historiography of the period between the death of stadtholder William III on March 19 [This is the date from the Gregorian calendar that… …

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