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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishestrangedes‧tranged /ɪˈstreɪndʒd/ adjective  1 somebody’s estranged husband/wife2 SEPARATEno longer seeing or talking to a relative or good friend, because of an argumentestranged from Mill became estranged from his family after the marriage.3 CONNECTED WITHno longer feeling any connection with something that used to be important in your life syn alienatedestranged from young adults who feel estranged from the churchestrangement noun [countable, uncountable]
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estrangedStrange, then, that Spielberg's grown-up Peter must recover his original, youthful estranged family.In 1975, he wrote a formal letter to his estranged father.We provide support to people who are estranged from their families.She'd been to visit her estranged husband at the house the couple used to share at Hardwicke.He is hoping for a reconciliation with his estranged wife Hillary.He also packed a mean punch, according to his estranged wife Sheila.A husband was jailed for attacking a man he found making love to his estranged wife.estranged fromNagle said she had been estranged from her father for 14 years.Simmons gradually became estranged from the religious group.
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