Another word for estrange
estrange alienate disaffectSearch Thesaurus
These verbs refer to disruption of a bond of love, friendship, or loyalty. Estrange and alienate are often used with reference to two persons whose harmonious relationship has been replaced by hostility or indifference: Political disagreements led to quarrels that finally estranged the two friends. His persistent antagonism alienated his wife. Disaffect usually implies discontent, ill will, and disloyalty within the membership of a group: Colonists were disaffected by the royal governor's actions.
Another word for estrangeverb
To make distant, hostile, or unsympathetic:alienate, disaffect, disunite. Idiom: set at odds. See love