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The synonyms of “Estranged” are: alienated
Estranged as an Adjective
Definitions of "Estranged" as an adjective
According to the Oxford Dictionary of English, “estranged” as an adjective can have the following definitions:
- (of a wife or husband) no longer living with their spouse.
- Caused to be unloved.
- (of a person) no longer close or affectionate to someone; alienated.
Synonyms of "Estranged" as an adjective (1 Word)
We live in an age of rootless alienated people.
Usage Examples of "Estranged" as an adjective
- Harriet felt more estranged from her daughter than ever.
- Her estranged father.
- His estranged wife.
Associations of "Estranged" (30 Words)
|adultery||Voluntary sexual intercourse between a married person and a person who is not their spouse.|
She was committing adultery with a much younger man.
|alimony||Financial support that a person is ordered by a court to give to their spouse during separation or following divorce; maintenance.|
He is said to have paid 300 000 alimony to his first wife.
|beau||A man who is the lover of a girl or young woman.|
|bigamist||Someone who marries one person while already legally married to another.|
|bigamy||The state of having two spouses at the same time.|
|bride||A woman on her wedding day or just before and after the event.|
The bride and groom left early last night.
An increasing number of couples are cohabiting.
|consort||The husband or wife of a reigning monarch.|
Queen Victoria and her consort Prince Albert.
|couple||A pair of equal and parallel forces acting in opposite directions, and tending to cause rotation about an axis perpendicular to the plane containing them.|
A married couple from Chicago.
|ex||Out of fashion.|
All his exes live in Texas.
|fiancee||A woman who is engaged to be married.|
|girlfriend||A person’s regular female companion with whom they have a romantic or sexual relationship.|
His girlfriend kicked him out.
|honeymoon||Spend a honeymoon.|
They flew to the West Indies on honeymoon.
|husband||Use cautiously and frugally.|
She husbanded their financial resources through difficult times.
|married||A person who is married.|
We were young marrieds during World War Two.
|marry||Join together; combine harmoniously.|
They had no plans to marry.
|mate||South American tea like drink made from leaves of a South American holly called mate.|
He couldn t satisfy his frisky young mate.
|mistress||A woman loved and courted by a man.|
He asked for the mistress of the house.
|morganatic||(of marriages) of a marriage between one of royal or noble birth and one of lower rank; valid but with the understanding that the rank of the inferior remains unchanged and offspring do not succeed to titles or property of the superior.|
He contracted a morganatic marriage with a German born actress.
|newlywed||Someone recently married.|
|paramour||A woman’s lover.|
|partner||A person s partner in marriage.|
Arrange the children in pairs so that each person has a partner.
|polygamist||A person who has more than one wife or husband at the same time.|
|polygamy||The condition of bearing some flowers with stamens only, some with pistils only, and some with both, on the same or different plants.|
|sponsor||Assume sponsorship of.|
The event is sponsored by Cathay Pacific.
|spouse||A husband or wife, considered in relation to their partner.|
|suitor||A man who pursues a relationship with a particular woman, with a view to marriage.|
She decided to marry her suitor.
|wed||The fourth day of the week; the third working day.|
The government was wedded to budgetary orthodoxy.
|wife||The wife of a person with a specified occupation.|
He and his wife are keen gardeners.