- 1The fact of no longer being on friendly terms or part of a social group: the growing estrangement of the police from their communitiesMore example sentences
- Most of his clients are people distraught at the estrangement of a family member.
- The gain of a moral commonality was in most cases at the cost of an estrangement from the academic environment.
- Jen's account shows how deeply-felt were her experiences of estrangement from well meaning, middle-class women.
- 1.1The fact of no longer living with one’s spouse or partner; separation: a parent’s rights in the event of divorce or estrangementMore example sentences
- C. Hosea was in a state of estrangement with his wife Gomer.
- Asked to comment on his recent estrangement from his spouse, Rempel was unapologetic.
- Betjeman refused and blamed Waugh in part for the estrangement in his marriage.