Antonyms for more estranged

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And yet he was more estranged from Dolly at this moment than he had ever been in his life before.

He knew that her sympathies were estranged, more estranged than they had ever been before.

Brothers whose affection she once thought no earthly power could lessen, were growing daily colder and more and more estranged.

The two brothers had grown more and more estranged, but as yet there had been no open rupture between them.

They became more and more estranged, both giving way to the evil passions most natural to them.

As the time for the marriage approached, the king became more and more estranged from the Admiral.

Thus gradually he became more and more estranged from Octavius, until finally the rupture resulted in open war.

He won an important victory at Liegnitz in May 1634, but from this time he became more and more estranged from the Swedes.

She seemed to grow more and more estranged from me, however, and her conduct caused me great anxiety.

They turn away from me to-day, but they can never be more estranged from me in the future than they have always been in the past.