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Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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Experts caution against negating the history you share with an estranged loved one.
One allegedly lured his estranged wife to a hotel room, duct-taped her mouth and handcuffed her.
You will do more good for the relationship and this child’s ultimate well-being this way, than from afar as an estranged family member.
MISS MANNERS: NEW MOM’S POSTS MIGHT BE HURTFUL, BUT BUTT OUTJUDITH MARTIN, NICHOLAS MARTIN, JACOBINA MARTINJANUARY 1, 2021WASHINGTON POST
It is unclear who — beyond Paul, a libertarian often estranged from his party’s leadership — might take up the mantle.
The Kealohas are no longer the family they once were, with some members now estranged — including Katherine and Louis.
The memory of his father rose in his mind: he, too, estranged and defied; despair sharpened into wrath.
Then Bob had somehow kept his wife's love, and he, with senseless obstinacy, had estranged Helen.
THE GIRL FROM KELLER'SHAROLD BINDLOSS
You knew that I was estranged from my husband, and you knew what that so often means.
TRENT'S LAST CASEE.C. (EDMUND CLERIHEW) BENTLEY
He was drawn into a series of deplorable controversies, which estranged him from many; but of his real friends he lost not one.
A short time ago they had been all in all to each other; and now so completely estranged as they were!

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