Definition of estrange:
- alienate (part of speech: verb)
separate (part of speech: verb)
He was her knight and she his lady, so he must render her obedience, and she would use it to estrange him from the vanity of the world and make him a champion of the holy cause of the Church of Christ, the victorious conqueror of her foes.- "The Complete Historical Romances of Georg Ebers", Georg Ebers.
- "Montaigne and Shakspere", John M. Robertson.
He must have had plenty of time and opportunity to discover Miss Lumley's intellectual limitations during the two years of his courtship; and it is not likely that, even if they were as well marked as Mrs. Shandy's own, they would have done much of themselves to estrange the couple.- "Sterne", H.D. Traill.