estrangement

  • 1 Estrangement — Es*trange ment, n. [Cf. OF. estrangement.] The act of estranging, or the state of being estranged; alienation. [1913 Webster] An estrangement from God. J. C. Shairp. [1913 Webster] A long estrangement from better things. South. [1913 Webster] …

    The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • 2 estrangement — des autres, quand on se met à part, Secessio, Alienatio. Aucunement estrangement et sottement, Subabsurde. Estrangement tormenté …

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  • 3 estrangement — Estrangement. adv. D une maniere estrange, contre l ordre & l usage commun, extremement, excessivement. Il est estrangement bizarre. il l a estrangement gourmandé …

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  • 4 estrangement — I noun abalienation, abandonment, alienatio, alienation, alienation of affection, breach, break, cleavage, conflict, detachment, difference, disaffection, disagreement, disassociation, discidium, disconnection, discord, disengagement, disfavor,… …

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  • 5 estrangement — 1650s, from ESTRANGE (Cf. estrange) + MENT (Cf. ment) …

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  • 6 estrangement — [n] destruction of affections alienation, antagonization, breach, break up, disaffection, disassociation, disunity, division, divorce, hostility, leave, leaving, parting, removal, schism, separation, split, withdrawal, withholding; concepts… …

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  • 7 Estrangement — Infobox Album Name = Estrangement Type = studio Artist = Drudkh Released = August, 2007 Recorded = Genre = Black metal Length = 36:26 Label = Supernal Music Producer = Reviews = Last album = Anti Urban (2007) This album = Estrangement (2007) Next …

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  • 8 estrangement — [[t]ɪstre͟ɪnʤmənt[/t]] estrangements N VAR Estrangement is the state of being estranged from someone or the length of time for which you are estranged. [FORMAL] The trip will bring to an end years of estrangement between the two countries... That …

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  • 9 estrangement — n. (an) estrangement between; from * * * [ɪ streɪndʒmənt] from (an) estrangement between …

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  • 10 estrangement — noun the estrangement between Vita and her family Syn: alienation, antagonism, antipathy, disaffection, hostility, unfriendliness; variance, difference; parting, separation, divorce, breakup, split, breach, schism See note at …

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  • 11 estrangement — estrange ► VERB 1) cause to feel less close or friendly. 2) (estranged) (of a husband or wife) no longer living with their spouse. DERIVATIVES estrangement noun. ORIGIN Old French estranger, from Latin extraneare treat as a stranger …

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  • 12 estrangement — noun see estrange …

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  • 13 estrangement — See estrange. * * * …

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  • 14 estrangement — 1. noun a) The act of estranging; the act of alienating; alienation. b) The state of being alien; foreign, non native. Syn: alienation See Also: estran …

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  • 15 estrangement — I (Roget s IV) n. Syn. disaffection, separation, breach, withdrawal; see alienation , divorce . II (Roget s Thesaurus II) noun 1. The act of estranging or the condition of being estranged: alienation, disaffection. See LOVE. 2. An interruption in …

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  • 16 estrangement — es·trange·ment || ɪ streɪndÊ’mÉ™nt n. alienation, disaffection, hostility; separation …

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  • 17 estrangement — n. 1. Withdrawal. 2. Disaffection, alienation …

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  • 18 estrangement — n 1. disaffection, alienation, separation, division, disunion; break, breach, split, severance, falling out, breaking up or off; parting, withdrawal, pulling away, backing off. 2. hostility, antagonism, antipathy, enmity, animosity, ill will, bad …

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  • 19 estrangement — es·trange·ment …

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  • 20 estrangement —  Отчужденность …

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