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estrange
used in Sense and Sensibility

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arouse hostility or indifference where there had formerly been affection or sympathy
  • And in all probability you will see your brother, and whatever may be his faults, or the faults of his wife, when I consider whose son he is, I cannot bear to have you so wholly estranged from each other.
    Chapter 25 (56% in)

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